At around 8:30 p.m. Sunday night, police found 42-year-old Gerardo Ordaz naked and yelling for help in the back lot of the Healdsburg Police Department.
Police found Ordaz naked and carrying his clothed, unresponsive daughter while accompanied by his partially clothed, 9-year-old son.
Medical responders arrived on the scene and attempted CPR on the girl, but she would be pronounced dead after being transported to a local hospital.
Healdsburg Police Chief Kevin Burke said that based on comments from Ordaz and his son, the girl’s death was not accidental and occurred in the foot-deep water of the St. John’s Catholic Church baptismal pool.
The church leaves its doors open late on Sunday and Burke said they were the only ones there at that time. No motive has been given, but I’m guessing that rascally Jesus fellow told him to do it.
Church officials have declined to comment about the case aside from releasing this brief statement: “Sunday night there was tragedy in the church; a little girl lost her life,” said pastor Sean Rodgers.…
On Oct. 23, 26-year-old Amanda Ann Clark was at home with her three daughters – ages 6, 3 and 2 – when a man stopped by for a booty call.
Clark rounded up her daughters and placed them in a bathtub while she and her male companion went to her bedroom and shut the door.
At some point, her oldest daughter came to the bedroom to inform Clark that the 3-year-old had pushed her younger sibling, Alexandria, under the water and now she was not breathing.
Clark pulled her daughter out of the bath, called 911 and attempted CPR on her daughter until help arrived. Alexandria was rushed to the hospital where she would die shortly after arriving.
Police have now arrested Clark and have charged her with felony abandoning or endangering a child. She turned herself in and is being held at the Wise County Jail on $100,000 bond.…
COLUMBIA, SC – The family of David Outlaw want answers after the 66-year-old drowned in a puddle at his nursing home after being left alone outside in his wheelchair during the height of Hurricane Matthew.
According to Richard Outlaw, his brother was in his wheelchair smoking a cigarette in the facility’s courtyard. A nurse told police that he refused to come in so she left him out there to smoke.
When she returned a few minutes later, she found him pinned beneath his electric wheelchair in a puddle of water. Outlaw was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. An autopsy would later confirm the man had drowned.
“My brother survived Vietnam, car crashes and two strokes,” said Richard Outlaw. “Just to die in a puddle of water?”
Richard says someone should have at least kept a close eye on his brother if he wouldn’t come inside. His wife echoed her brother-in-law.
“How negligent is it to just leave him outside in a hurricane by himself?” said his wife, Karyl Outlaw.…
Man Captured On Camera Drowning 3-year-old Girl In Hotel Swimming Pool Sentenced To 100 Years In PrisonSeptember 21, 2016 at 1:36 pm by Morbid
For those of you who missed the original story last year, Jose David N. was staying with a woman and her daughter at a popular hotel last August when he took the girl to the pool after her mother fell asleep.
As you can see for yourself in the video below, Jose repeatedly throws the girl in the pool even though he knows she cannot swim. Sometimes he just drops her in the water, while other times he haphazardly slings her out into the middle of the pool.
Each time he does this, he nonchalantly walks around the edge of the pool or swims around her as she frantically tries to keep her head above water. With each toss, her attempts at swimming become weaker and weaker.
The video also shows Jose holding the girl under water for significant periods of time while other people in the pool nearby do nothing. …
Police responded to the Pueblo Grande Village mobile home park shortly after 2 p.m. yesterday after receiving a call about a drowning.
“Upon arrival, officers located three individuals who appeared to have drown in a swimming pool,” police said in a news release.
Despite attempting CPR on 3-year-old Azucena Gandarilla; her 6-year-old sister Amaya Gandarilla; and their 17-year-old baby sitter, Joo Lee, all three would later be pronounced dead by the Pueblo County Coroner’s Office.
Residents say the pool is normally packed with kids in the summertime and ranges from 2 to 8 feet deep. There are also signs posted that warn people to swim at their own risk as there are no lifeguards at the pool.
According to Capt. Joe Garcia of the Pueblo Police Department, an investigation into the drownings is ongoing but no foul play is suspected.
“I think it’s just a horrible tragedy,” Garcia said.…
On July 26, Herweyer and a co-worker were pumping molasses out of a 12-foot plastic vat at the Agri-Science Technology Company.
When the molasses got to about two feet deep, Herweyer put on a safety mask and used straps attached to a forklift to climb down into the tank to adjust a valve.
According to the co-worker, when Herweyer grabbed the straps to climb back out, he didn’t move and would not respond to him asking if he was ok.
When the co-worker found he was unable to life Herweyer out of the tank with the straps, he ran to their boss’ office for help.
Their boss, David Alexander, used an electric saw to cut the tank open and pull Herweyer out of the vat and start performing CPR. But it was too late.
Reports say that Herweyer was on his back in the tank and his safety mask was barely visible.…
According to reports, 25-year-old Sean Flowers was at a family party on Saturday when he got into an argument with his son’s mother.
Flowers grabbed his son and left the apartment, wading into a nearby storm water pond while the boy’s mother and family pleaded with him to stop.
Instead, Flowers sat down in the water up to his chest while holding his son beneath the surface.
“It was the most evil thing I’ve ever seen,” said a witness who watched the scene unfold from his window. “That baby cried all the way out into the water, then the crying stopped.”
Another witness followed Flowers into the pond in an unsuccessful attempt to get the baby.
“I saw a baby floating in the water. I grabbed it. I tried to swim away with it. He lunged at me and took the baby again and swam farther, deeper,” the witness said.…
Early Monday morning, Melgar sent a text to her mother letting her know she was heading home from a club and asked if she needed anything from the store.
On the way home, Melgar ended up at the Post Oak Exit on the Westpark Tollway. This road had been blocked with a barrier and a tow truck as the underpass had flooded.
Melgar ignored the warnings and squeeze by the truck Bill Smiers, a member of the Harris County Toll Road Authority’s Incident Response Team, was sitting in. He tried stopping her and even tried chasing her down to stop her from going any further.
For whatever reason, Melgar continued down the street and into the waters that was reportedly 17-feet deep at its most flooded.Melgar’s SUV almost immediately starts floating before losing power.
In the video you can see Melgar using her cell phone as a light that she begins waving around more frantically as her vehicle starts to sink.…
On Sunday, a man in Gmunden found a suitcase floating near the shore of Lake Traunsee. He called police after opening the suitcase and finding that it contained a pair of hands and feet.
The next day, a police dog would find a second suitcase that also contained human remains later identified as a 71-year-old woman. That same day, police divers would find the body of the dead woman’s 72-year-old husband in the lake – weighted down by the decapitated head of his wife.
According to investigators, the man strangled his wife sometime between December 25 and January 1st. He then dismembered his wife with a saw and placed the body parts in the suitcases found floating in the lake.
But he had entombed her decapitated head in concrete, along with some personal items, then tied the concrete block to his hand before throwing himself in the water. He drowned without a struggle, state prosecutor Birgit Ahamer said.…
Police and fire personnel responded to Raines-Hewes’ home on the morning of December 29 to a report of a drowning. They would find the 4 year-old boy unconscious and not breathing.
Despite attempts to resuscitate the boy, he would be pronounced dead at a local trauma center. The boy’s death was deemed suspicious, so detectives immediately opened an investigation.
This investigation has resulted in the arrest of Raines-Hewes, who was the sole caretaker of the boy at the time of his death. Investigators say she placed the boy in the bathtub and intentionally drowned him.
Fairfield police spokesman Officer Cleo Mayoral said the arrest stemmed from “evidence at the scene, including statements that were provided — statements from the grandmother herself.”
Raines-Hewes is being held in the Solano County jail without bail and facing a charge of murder. Two other grandchildren, a 1 year-old girl and 6 year-old girl, were also in the home but were not harmed.…
Timothy Madden Allegedly Raped, Murdered 7-year-old Gabriella Doolin During High School Football GameNovember 23, 2015 at 12:47 pm by Morbid
SCOTTSVILLE, KY – Police in Kentucky have arrested 38-year-old Timothy Madden after they say he kidnapped 7-year-old Gabriella Dooling during a high school football game, then raped and murdered her.
Gabriella was with her family Saturday evening, watching her brother’s football game at Allen County-Scottsville High School. At around 7:40 p.m. her mother would report her missing. Gabriella’s body would be found 30 minutes later near a creek behind the school.
Her death was ruled a homicide due to the condition she was found and evidence collected at the scene. On Friday, police would arrest 38-year-old Timothy Madden, a married father of five, and charged him with murder, first degree rape of a victim under 12 years of age, first degree sodomy of a victim under 12 years of age, and kidnapping.
Kentucky State Police arrested 38-year-old Timothy Madden Friday around 11:20 a.m., and was charged with murder, first degree rape of a victim under 12 years of age, first degree sodomy of a victim under 12 years of age, and kidnapping.…
Charles Mackenzie, 67, and his wife, Dorothy Mackenzie, 63, were in Mexico to attend their daughter’s wedding. Tragedy struck two nights before their daughter was to get married, as the couple were having some sexy time in their hotel room hot tub.
According to reports, Charles had a heart attack while on top of Dorothy and the poor woman was unable to get out from under him. She would die of asphyxia by submersion.
At around 10:30 the following morning, their would find her dead parents in the hot tub still in “a sexual embrace.” No word on if the daughter went through with the wedding.
“I know that they’re more concerned about the remains and cremation and things like that. I don’t really know about the wedding,” said Douglas Hastings, Charles Mackenzie’s brother-in-law.…
After Lassiter tossed his children into the pond Sunday night, an off duty sheriff’s deputy who lives in the complex was able to pull out Lassiter’s daughters, ages 3 and 5, and start administering CPR. Lassiter’s 7-year-old son was able to get away unharmed and run for help.
Lassiter called 911 afterwards and told the dispatcher what he had done, and why he did it. As you may have already guessed, it was everyone else’s fault but his own.
“I just drowned my two daughters in the lake back there ’cause CPS wanted to take them away from me,” he said. “I was dealing with some pedophilia things, OK, OK. I was dealing with some sexual desires that I was trying to get some help with, but instead they turned their back on me, the whole system, and tried to take my kids, and they took the rest of the, of the little happiness that I had.”
He then goes on to tell the dispatcher that chucking his children in a lake was a teaching aid that he hopes they will learn from.…
LUFKIN, TX — Police have charged 17-year-old Bobby Woods with the murder of his girlfriend’s 3-year-old nephew after they say he purposely pushed the boy in a pond so the little boy would drown.
Last Monday, the family of Mason Cuttler called police to report the boy was missing from his home. Cuttler lived with his aunt and her boyfriend, Bobby Woods, and was last seen outside of the home playing with toys while his family cleaned house.
After an extensive search, the little boy’s body was found floating in a pond behind his home. At the time, Cuttler’s biological father didn’t understand how his son could have fallen into the pond.
“It’s hard to go by that pond,” Kevin Cuttler said. “I walked over there about three, four times already trying to figure out how in the heck did he get up in there?”
After an investigation into the circumstances behind the boy’s drowning, police would be able to answer that question. Turns out Woods had performed some of his own brand of house cleaning.…
MORELIA, MEXICO – A man has been arrested and charged with murder after he drowned his 3-year-old stepdaughter by repeatedly throwing her into a hotel swimming pool.
Police said the man was staying with a woman and her daughter at a popular hotel on August 12 when he decided to take the girl to the pool after her mother fell asleep.
As you can see in the disturbing video below, the man repeatedly throws the little girl in the pool. Sometimes he just drops her in the water, clothed, while others he haphazardly slings her out into the middle of the pool.
Each time he does this, the asshole nonchalantly walks around the edge of the pool or swims around her as she frantically tries to keep her head above the water. With each toss, the girl’s attempts at swimming become weaker and weaker.
The video also shows the man holding the girl under water for significant periods of time while other people are nearby and never intervene.
Later, the child stops breathing and was taken to the hospital where she was pronounced dead. …
HOUSTON, TX – Gonzalo Ramiro, 9, and Alvaro Ramiro, 6, both drowned when the zipped tent they were playing in somehow found its way into the family swimming pool.
Investigators said the boys were at home with their 12-year-old sister in the care of a nanny while their mother ran errands. When the mother returned home, she found the boys in the backyard pool.
The sister ran for help and located an officer who works security in the neighborhood and told him her brothers were drowning. He ran to the house and pulled one boy out of the water as the nanny pulled out the other.
The officer and the nanny performed CPR on the boys until paramedics arrived. They were both taken to Texas Children’s Hospital West campus where they were both pronounced dead.
Houston police and Harris County Child Protective Services are investigating the deaths, and how the tent ended up in the pool in the first place.
HCCPS spokeswoman Shari Pulliam advised parents to watch their children closely if they are playing near water to prevent shit like this from happening.…
IRVING, TX – Police have arrested 30-year-old Patricia Allen after three of her children drowned in an apartment complex swimming pool last month.
On June 24, Allen took her five children to the pool at their apartment complex. While she was on the shallow end with two of her younger children, ages 3 and 6, her three oldest – Anthony Smith, 11; Treshawn Smith, 9 and August Smith, 10 – found themselves in the deep end of the pool and drowned.
Several witnesses came forward and gave different accounts of what they saw, including seeing Allen distracted by her cell phone, but all of them included Allen seeming to not know that her three kids were at the bottom of the pool until the witnesses arrived on the scene and told her.
“They walked up to the pool and saw the mother sitting on the edge of the pool, looking outward toward the deeper end area of the pool and also observed that the water was still and calm, and no flapping or splashing or bubbles in the water.…
YUMA, AZ – Well here’s a story to start off your day. Two 18-month-old twins drowned in a canal after their mother let go of their stroller to fend off a bee.
Alexis Keslar was pushing her twin sons, Silas and Eli Keslar, along a canal Friday when she let go of the stroller’s handle to swat at a bee. This caused the stroller to roll away from her and into the canal.
Keslar immediately jumped in to try and save her sons, who were both belted into the stroller, but the strong current washed the stroller away from her. She managed to climb back out an called for help.
Even after the canal’s water level was lowered and the flow reduced, it still took emergency workers an hour to find the boys. They were flown to the hospital where they were both pronounced dead.
According to Lt. Don Willits, the incident has been determined to be an accident and no charges are expected to be filed.
Yuma police said the paths along the canal are popular with joggers and bicyclists, adding that people often underestimate the speed of the canal’s current and how deep the water can be.…