According to police, Monord admitted she was pissed at her sleeping boyfriend over some “infidelity issues” and decided to give him an “abrupt awakening.”
After boiling some water in a pot normally used to sterilize their son’s bottles, she tossed the water on 23-year-old Winsky Perpignan as he was in bed under the covers. He ended up suffering significant burns to his right arm, upper torso, stomach, back and face.
What Monord did not realize, for some reason, was that her boyfriend was not alone in the bed. Their son was sleeping beside him and was also doused with the boiling water. The baby ended suffering second-degree burns to his chest and left arm that could require skin grafting.
After initially denying purposefully pouring the water on her boyfriend, she finally admitted the truth.
“In the beginning of the investigation, she said it was an accident, but we found some inconsistencies in the story there and started digging a little deeper, and that’s when we were able to determine it was an intentional act and that she had done it on purpose,” Gainesville Police Department spokesman Officer Ben Tobias said.…
On Monday, 34-year-old Valeria Fowler was armed with a gun when she kicked in the door to her daughter’s bedroom and found the 16-year-old in bed with a 31-year-old man.
Her daughter jumped out of bed and Fowler allegedly shot the man as he tried to get out of the bed. Fowler allegedly shot the man a second time as he was walking down the hall towards the front door.
When police arrived on the scene after Fowler called 911 to report she had shot a man in her daughter’s bedroom, they found the wounded man on the front porch of a nearby home.
“He was treated at the scene and transported to an Oklahoma City hospital by medical helicopter,” said Larry Rhodes, Garvin County sheriff. “His injuries were non-life-threatening. It did appear to the chief and I that he suffered a gunshot wound to an extremity. ”
Fowler was arrested and charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon.…
According to reports, 35-year-old Travis Martin called police at about 1:16 a.m. Sunday to let them know that he was shot at by some young boys in an SUV.
Martin, who is homeless, said he did not want to press charges and just wanted police to know what happened. However, Martin called back to say the SUV had returned and the kids had shot at him again while yelling vulgarities.
When an officer arrived at the location, Martin flagged them down and pointed out the SUV. The officer stopped the SUV, driven by 36-year-old Amina El-Zayat, and had her and her three juvenile sons get out of the vehicle.
Inside the vehicle the officer would find two air soft rifles, both replicas of M4 assault rifles, and one of which was fully automatic that could fire 15 pellets at a time.…
A little after midnight on Sunday, 41-year-old Misty Childs got into an argument with her boyfriend, 45-year-old Lavont Moss inside the halfway-house where Moss lives.
After the argument, Moss went to bed while Childs fixed a pot of soup. Once the soup was boiling, Childs dumped the pot of soup on Moss’s face and torso as he was lying in bed. Childs then fled the scene.
One of the other residents described hearing Moss screaming that Childs had burned him before he fell on the couch.
“He was barely able to breathe because of the pain. He was moaning,” said Ashleigh Ferris.
Wesley Clark, a trained paramedic who also lives in the house, said the injuries Moss suffered were some of the worst he had ever seen.
“His skin, it just looked like someone took his shoulder blades and grabbed the skin and pulled it off,” Clark said.…
According to reports, police were called to the Mehoopany Dandy Mart Thursday afternoon where two women had gotten into an altercation.
Once at the scene, Tami Donovan told them that she was pumping gas when she noticed Kimberly Brinton pumping gas while smoking a cigarette. Donovan confronted Brinton and an argument broke out.
Donovan admitted she threw windshield cleaner in an attempt to put out the cigarette before getting into her car to leave. That’s when Brinton started screaming she was going to “light her ass on fire” and sprayed Donovan with gasoline from the gas pump. Twice.
When Donovan got out of her car, she slipped on the spilled gas and broke her arm. Brinton had already left the scene before police arrived, but was identified via surveillance footage and taken into custody.
Brinton was charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats, recklessly endangering another person and simple assault.…
Police were called to a beach in Daytona Beach on Monday afternoon where they found 18-year-old Tatyana Allen had used the child to batter her boyfriend after the couple got into an argument.
According to witnesses, Allen was angry with her boyfriend because he would not walk with her to the bathroom. In response, Allen reportedly punched the man several times in the face before grabbing her son by the ankles and swinging him like a baseball bat at the man’s direction.
Allen then dropped the baby face-down in the sand and the boyfriend picked him up. Witnesses said Allen had been rough with the baby and at one point as she walked up the steps to the boardwalk, the baby’s head struck the railing.
Family members corroborated what witnesses told investigators, but refused to provide written statements. Surprisingly, the toddler was not injured, but was taken to a local hospital just in case.…
According to the homeowner, two masked men crept inside his home through a cellar door and fired several shots from a BB gun after discovering his son, 28-year-old Troy Imbody, was sleeping in the basement.
“They attacked him,” his father said. “They got the short end of the stick. … My son wasn’t playing. He was fighting for his life. They just wanted to rough him up. My kid wasn’t going for it. They got more brutal, my son ended it.”
Imbody ended the assault by grabbing a machete and using it to chop off one of the intruder’s hands. That man was dumped at the emergency ward at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg with a severed hand and multiple lacerations.
Imbody was also taken to the hospital to treat several head wounds and to have some BBs removed from his head and chest, said his father.…
Clearwater police say 23-year-old Roseanna Kiser was a guest at the Sheraton Sand Key Hotel who was spending time at the hotel’s pool Monday evening. While drinking from a bottle of vodka in the pool, Kiser became angry with several young children who were also in the pool.
When a 7-year-old boy Kiser didn’t know splashed water near, she responded by pouring some of her vodka directly into the boy’s eyes and face. She then grabbed him around the chest and pushed him away from her.
Police were called to the hotel and found Kiser inside her hotel room. When they tried escorting her off of the premises she began kicking and elbowing the arresting officers in the head, neck, and chest. She also managed to repeatedly kick one cop in the groin with the heel of her foot.
Kiser was placed in jail on felony charges of child abuse and battery on a law enforcement officer.…
Police were called to a home last month by a man claiming Zingale had just tried to rape his wife in their bathroom. When police questioned the woman, she said she was in the bathroom when a drunken Zingale walked in brandishing a knife while exposing himself.
She claims Zingale put the knife to her neck and threatened to cut her if she did not have sex with him. The woman said she told Zingale they should move to the bedroom so they’d be more comfortable. Once they were out of the bathroom, the woman began screaming for help and alerted other people at the party.
Zingale, who happened to be attending the party with his mother, told police a different version of events. He admitted he’d been drinking, but the entire situation was just a misunderstanding.…
A police officer responding to the home of 48-year-old Loretta Lynn Armstrong reported seeing the woman repeatedly hitting her youngest son in the face.
Armstrong was reportedly upset that her boy, whose age has not been released, didn’t get the right toppings on her Grade D horse meat.
The officer was able to pull Armstrong off of her son but Armstrong was able to break free when the officer tried to cuff her and throw herself on the driveway. She then began screaming and cursing, claiming she was in the throes of a heart attack.
After emergency personnel arrived and determined Armstrong was pulling a Fred Sanford, she was taken to jail.
“All in all, from the moment we arrested her, to the time we finished the arrest was about three hours,” Cpl. Dean Bishop said. “During those three hours, she didn’t settle down the whole time.”
Armstrong has been charged with felony child abuse and three other misdemeanors.…
The incident, which was captured on video, reportedly happened on Friday inside 63-year-old Mary Hastings geometry class at Ozen High School.
In the video, Hastings can be seen repeatedly hitting a student in the head while yelling, “because you’re stopping them from graduating you idiot ass.”
“Why you did that,” the student asks Hastings, to which she responds by mocking the boy’s question – much to the delight of the other students in the classroom.
The boy she hit is smiling afterwards, but whether he deserved what he got really doesn’t matter in this situation. Teachers physically assaulting students can expect to lose their jobs, especially if it is caught on video. Just ask Barb Williams.
As expected, Hastings was removed from the classroom shortly after the video surfaced and placed on administrative leave. In a statement released to the press, Beaumont Independent School District said:
The Beaumont Independent School District can confirm that an Ozen High School teacher was arrested today for physically assaulting a student.…
According to reports, 27-year-old Giordanni Osse went to a home Monday night to retrieve clothing that belonged to a female acquaintance.
The three occupants inside – members of the Latin Kings street gang – were not happy to see him.
This could’ve been because Osse is a member of the rival Bloods gang, or because Osse may have broken into the home. That latter detail still isn’t clear but even if he had, Nassau Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter said what happened next did not fit the criteria of “reasonable” self-defense.
The home’s three occupants – Johnathan Faneytt, 21; Jesus Maldonado, 22; and Jorge Freire-Romero – punched, kicked and hit Osse in the head with a handgun. They then handcuffed Osse and placed in a bathtub where he was stabbed 12 times with a steak knife.
Police say Osse was then tied to a chair for hours and beat “within inches of his life.” Afterwards, Osse was put in a car and dumped on a street three miles away without his shoes or pants.…
COLESHILL, UK – Brandon Walker, 19, has been sentenced to 18-months in youth custody after he placed a sewing needle in a co-workers drinking straw, sending her to the hospital to have the needle removed from her throat.
The incident happened two years ago where Walker and the woman both worked at Shustoke Farm Barns, a local wedding venue. Walker, described as being a “loud, cocky and boisterous” practical joker, can be seen in CCTV footage playing with the woman’s straw shortly before she took a drink.
The woman ended up sucking the needle through the straw where it became stuck in her throat. She immediately began retching and coughing up blood-stained bile. Unable to talk, she was rushed to the emergency room where doctors would locate the needle and remove it. She was discharged the next day.
Walker initially denied placing the needle in his co-worker’s straw, but his lawyer would eventually tell the courts that her client has admitted to the deed and was “very ashamed” of what he did.…
On February 3, officials at the school the victim attends called Child Protective Services to report they suspected the boy was being abused.
According to an affidavit, the boy is described as being under 14-years-old and with special needs. When interviewed by law enforcement, he told them that his mom and her boyfriend had punished him after he had “put his finger inside the family dog’s butt.”
The boy didn’t get caught doing this, mind you; he did it and then told his mother’s boyfriend, 45-year-old Casey Shackleford, what he did because he wanted to “do the right thing.”
In response to this, Shackleford allegedly grabbed the boy by the hair, pinned him down, and instructed the boy’s mother, 40-year-old Christi Howell, to pour cold water over the boy’s face as he held a towel over it.
After they were done, Shackleford and Howell tied a rope around the boy’s genitals and around his neck. …
The incident happened on December 23, inside a Waffle House where Evans and 37-year-old Brian Mikeals both worked.
On that night, Mikeals got so sick that he was rushed to the hospital where he fell into a four week long coma. Staff were able to determine that the man had overdosed on methamphetamine.
Investigators quickly learned how the meth got into Mikeal after reviewing surveillance footage taken from inside the restaurant. In the video, Evans can be seen taking her coworker’s drink to the bathroom area while he was outside, then returning it without his knowledge.
Evans was arrested and charged with aggravated battery and possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute. Why Evans would do something like this to her co-worker remains a mystery as she has refused to cooperate with the investigation.
However, in this video, Mikeals’ sister speculates the motive was because her brother spurned Evans’ romantic advances and refused to work with her.…
Police were called to the Hammond’s home on Valentine’s Day and found John Hammond with “scratch marks on his face, sore ribs and a large knot on the back of his head.”
The injuries, according to John, were from his wife attacking him with a mini baseball bat and repeatedly kicking him in the ribs as he was semi-conscious.
When police asked Kimberly for an explanation, she told them she had watched a marathon of The Walking Dead the night before, then drank eight beers that morning.
She became increasingly upset about it being Valentine’s Day and not having received a present from her husband… so she gave him the what-for.
Police arrested Kimberly on charges of felonious assault and domestic violence. She took a Breathalyzer test while at the jail that revealed her blood alcohol content was .221. She was released the next day.…
Back in October, James pulled up to the drive-thru window of a Wendy’s after placing his order. When the server turned around after giving James his drink, James gave them something back.
According to a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission incident report, James reached in the back of his truck and grabbed a 3-and-a-half long alligator that he then tossed through the drive-thru window.
It took a few months, but investigators finally figured out James’ identity and took him into custody on Monday. He reportedly admitted to picking the alligator up from the side of the road before bringing it to the Wendy’s.
James has been charged with aggravated assault and unlawful possession and transportation of an alligator. As for the alligator, it was released in a nearby canal and presumably doing fine.
James’ mother told reporters that her kid was not violent and the stunt was just a prank.…
Police responded to the couple’s home after receiving a call about a baby that had stopped breathing. First responders performed CPR on the infant before rushing him to the hospital, along with his twin brother.
Staff at Brenner Children’s Hospital in Winston Salem found that both boys had been abused. One was admitted in stable condition, while the other was admitted in critical condition and would die on Tuesday.
According to court documents, the baby died from an assault that caused “serious bodily injury, bleeding on the brain and neck injury.” The documents go on to say that both Clark and Hefner were responsible for the injures both boys suffered.
Hefner and Clark were initially arrested and charged with felony child abuse on Monday and are each being held on $75,000 bond. Additional charges are probably pending following their son’s death.…