Bremerton, Washington – It’s always humorous watching a child take the first steps, all wobbly and uncertain. And as adults we encourage this progress with claps of joy and cheering…not quite realizing what is around the corner. Once a baby becomes mobile, a household is never the same. The terrible twos. They’re only terrible because parents fail to understand the grinning faces quickly turn into 30 pounds of wrecking machinery. They leave no stone unturned, nothing untasted, and nothing left in drawers and cabinets they can open. “Baby proofing” devices are measures that keeps babies safe and drive adults insane. But the safety far out-weighs the frustration of keeping your treasure from getting hurt (your children) and your trinkets from being invaded. And any parent understands children do “surprise” easily when you venture in, catching them in the act, but they don’t startle to the point of sustaining injuries that would cause brain death.
Jimmie Wright, (who’s not so bright) allegedly told authorities he walked into his bedroom and caught his fiance’s two year-old son going through the drawer in the nightstand. When he said something, it startled the child so much that he turned around, fell backwards and hit his head on the piece of furniture. The bonk on the head caused this child to stop breathing and froth at the mouth. As he administered CPR to the two year-old, the baby’s momma called 911.
One of the doctors that examined the child had this to say, “Had the child been riding unrestrained in the back seat of a vehicle that was involved in a head-on collision, causing the child to fly through the front windshield head first, he would have sustained a less serious injury than he had received.” That kind of a statement shoots Jimmie’s right out of the water, wouldn’t you say?
Further investigation revealed this very same child was taken to the hospital a couple of weeks prior to this incident but the visit was never reported. Momma said her child had fallen off some playground equipment instead of attempting to explain the events behind him “falling” out of a second-story window. Even so, the injuries the boy had received from “the nightstand” were not related to his prior topple to the ground. And once again, the bruising on the child’s body indicates a history of child abuse.
Jimmie Wright III (26) is no foreigner to the life of crime, he’s had a handful of arrests for domestic violence including fourth-degree assault. Now he’s looking at a pretty severe charge of first-degree child assault as a result of his fiance’s son succumbing to his injuries. And since the investigation is continuing, I’m hoping they amp the charge up to murder.
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