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Elmhurst, IL – Sandra Clanton, 39, was standing in the kitchen with her daughter and 9-month-old grandson on September 11, when she completely and utterly lost her shit. Police say she suddenly grabbed her infant grandson and smashed his head into the kitchen sink before slashing his face with a butcher knife. The baby’s mother was able to wrestle the child away from Clanton and another person in the home subdued her and called 911. Clanton later told officers she believed the baby was the Antichrist. Fortunately, the child survived the bizarre attack – a CT scan did not show any internal injuries and he was treated for minor injuries and released that night. While being booked into jail that evening, Clanton reportedly attempted to cut her wrists with the cap to a plastic water bottle. When officers took away her bottle cap, she repeatedly beat her head on the table in front of her…that little incident landed her some time in the psych ward at the hospital. Once released, she was booked on charges of attempted first-degree murder, aggravated battery to a child and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Bond has been set at $2 million.

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