That happened in the People's Republic of New Jersey. In many others states the police would only have needed to do some paperwork after they arrived on scene.Bystanders attacked Whitfield, pulled him off the baby and called police, the station reported. Police said they found Whitfield nude, yelling and banging on an apartment door. Witnesses claimed the 28-year-old was under the influence of PCP, the station reported.
Stephon Whitfield for Cortez's Pro-Abortion Chief of Staff!That happened in the People's Republic of New Jersey. In many others states the police would only have needed to do some paperwork after they arrived on scene.
WTF? Bastard wouldn't have gotten close to the stroller with my wife. She'd have made a momma bear proud.Next Democrat candidate?
A New Jersey man who was naked, bleeding and under the influence of drugs assaulted a 9-month-old baby in a stroller Monday, authorities said.
Stephon Whitfield, 28, approached a woman taking a stroll with her infant around 9 p.m., Atlantic City police said in a statement.
Whitfield had no clothes on when he grabbed the child and slammed him down in the carriage, WCAU-TV reported, citing a criminal complaint. Doctors treated the baby, who lost a tooth in the attack, for non-life threatening injuries, including scratches, bruising and swelling to his mouth and face, the complaint said.
Bystanders attacked Whitfield, pulled him off the baby and called police, the station reported. Police said they found Whitfield nude, yelling and banging on an apartment door. Witnesses claimed the 28-year-old was under the influence of PCP, the station reported.
A Kentucky man has been charged with murder for fatally punching his 1-month-old son in the head after becoming angry over losing a video game, authorities said Sunday.
Anthony Trice, 26, was watching the baby Friday when he grew enraged over losing the game, threw his controller and struck the infant in the head, the Louisville Metro Police Department said.
Trice tried to comfort the baby, carrying him into the kitchen, but dropped him, Louisville station WAVE-TV reported. He reportedly gave his son a bottle before he noticed the infant was in distress and called 911.
Trice's charges were upgraded to murder on Monday.
The baby was initially listed in serious condition at a hospital, but died of his injuries two days later, the station reported.
Trice was facing charges of criminal abuse first degree of a child, but the charges were upgraded to murder after the child died, WDRB-TV reported.
His bond was raised to $1,000,000 cash after a court appearance on Monday, WAVE reported.
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Happy Fathers Day Travis Stackhouse, I hope you suffer badly in prison.
A Wisconsin man allegedly punched and killed his 5-year-old son after he got angry the child had eaten his Father's Day cake, according to prosecutors.
Travis Stackhouse told police he punched the boy in the stomach and hit him in the face Friday because he was "upset that others were eating" his Father's Day cake, a criminal complaint stated.
This says a lot about the kids motherWhen police interviewed Stackhouse, he told police his girlfriend often warned him "not to hit the children so hard," according to the complaint.
Police have charged a man with aggravated murder in the "tragic and horrific" killing of missing University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck, officials announced Friday.
The suspect, identified as Ayoola Ajayi, was taken into custody Friday morning after an investigation uncovered a fresh dig area, charred female human tissue and items belonging to the missing student in the backyard of his Salt Lake City home, police said. The arrest came after investigators searched his property earlier this week. Police say neighbors informed detectives that they noticed Ajayi burning something with the help of gasoline around the night of June 17, when Lueck was last seen.
“After an exhaustive week of investigation, we are filing charges of aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, obstruction of justice and desecration of a body in the homicide of Mackenzie Lueck," Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown told reporters.
"I will not be saying the killer’s name again," he added, noting that the crimes were "tragic and horrific"...