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16-year-old girl accused of suffocating newborn with rock

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title=” (Generic Image) “border=” 0 “width=” 180″/ > (Generic Image). DENVER (AP/Meredith)– A 16-year-old girl was accuseded of first-degree murder after she suffocated her newborn baby with a rock, according to the Denver District Attorney’s Workplace.

Alaya Dotson was apprehended in September, 2 days after her child was noticable dead at a hospital, KDVR reports.

The baby was just a few hours old when she died. Court documents mention that Dotson’s mom called 911 and stated her child had actually simply delivered a child which the child was “on the ground in the backyard of their house.”

Dotson informed cops she didn’t know she was pregnant, inning accordance with a likely cause declaration.

The teen reportedly provided her infant in the restroom and took the baby outside afterward. She told investigators the baby fell out of her arms when her mom walked outside and shocked her.

Dotson then confessed to picking up a rock that was on the ground, putting it inside the infant’s mouth, and pushing down her throat, court records state.

The 16-year-old will be tried as a grownup. A preliminary court hearing is set up for Jan. 12.

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Henderson male accused in baby'' s death admitted to shaking her, police say

Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017|8:45 p.m.

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Paramedics and officers reacting to a 911 call about an unconscious child in a Henderson living-room last month found dog feces on the floor and insects throughout the “unclean” house.

As officers investigated the Oct. 23 event, Anthony Martzen, 21, kept he didn’t know exactly what had actually occurred to his 6-month-old baby girl, Henderson authorities said.

But following a polygraph test after the child died 2 days later on, he confessed to shaking her and stated he ‘d “viewed her eyes roll back into her head and she became lifeless,” according to his arrest report released today.

When paramedics showed up about 6:30 p.m. to 235 E. Merlayne Drive, near Sunset and Russell roadways, they found Martzen and relative trying life-saving efforts on the child’s small body, authorities stated.

The daddy had brought the infant to the living room and exclaimed that she wasn’t breathing, authorities stated.

A physician at University Medical Center, where the child was moved to from St. Rose Dominican Hospital– Siena School, told detectives that a “small” brain bleed had actually been identified on the kid, which inning accordance with the physician was brought on by absence of oxygen due to shaking, cops said.

Fluid in the lady’s brain shows there ‘d been previous shaking occurrences, cops said.

Martzen initially told private investigators that before she stopped breathing, the infant had acted normal throughout the day which about 20 minutes after the infant’s mom fed her, he lay her down on a “bouncy bed,” cops stated. He gave the baby a pacifier, which was held up by a blanket.

A couple of minutes later as he was cleaning up the space, he heard the infant make a “weird sound,” prompting him to choose her approximately find she wasn’t breathing, authorities said. He said that similar incidents had actually occurred before, however he rejected shaking her.

The mother was at work when the incident took place, cops stated. Clark County Department of Family Solutions, which documents near deaths or deaths including children, does not have a history of communicating with the infant’s instant family, records show. The agency likewise is examining the death.

During the polygraph test, which he agreed to take last week, Martzen told the inspector that he “did shake” the child, “which he knew eliminated his daughter,” authorities said.

Upon being re-interviewed by detectives, he stated he ‘d shaken his child “exceedingly” and saw the infant’s eyes roll back into her head, police said. He confessed to likewise shaking the woman about 4 months previously, but not as violently.

Martzen was detained last week on one count each of murder and child abuse. He’s being held at the Henderson Detention Center without any possibility of bail, prison records show.

Man accused of beating girlfriend'' s 1-year-old child for interrupting computer game

(Pixabay)( Pixabay) (Pixabay). SPOKANE, Wash. (AP)– Spokane County authorities accuse a male of beating his girlfriend’s toddler, causing life-threatening injuries, due to the fact that she interrupted him while he was playing computer game.

The Spokesman-Review reports that 22-year-old Brandon Oquendo is implicated of striking the 21-month-old in the back of the head and in the abdominal area on Sunday after she passed in front of him while he was playing Xbox.

Authorities state Oquendo acknowledged to them that he struck the kid and told them he called 911 and the lady’s mother after she fell asleep and had a seizure.

The kid was taken to the medical facility with several contusions, a collapsed lung and a bleeding brain. Doctors called her injuries lethal.

Oquendo’s legal representative requested his bond be no more than $5,000. Judge Annette Plese set his bond at $150,000.

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Mother accused of hitting instructor in face with brick after cellular phone dispute

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PITTSBURGH (AP)– A woman who declares a public school teacher choked her daughter while disciplining her has been charged with following the teacher after school, striking her with a brick and after that pulling her from her automobile and beating her.

Daishonta Williams and her boyfriend followed Janice Watkins’ cars and truck as she left the Pittsburgh King PreK-8 school on Wednesday afternoon, cops stated. Previously in the day, the teacher had actually called Williams to the school for a conference, declaring Williams’ 10-year-old child bit the instructor when she eliminated a cellphone from her. The district has a no-phone policy for students.

Watkins told police she was stopped at an intersection when Williams got out of another car and threw a brick, striking Watkins in the face, prior to beating her. The instructor was treated for facial injuries and lost a tooth.

District spokeswoman Ebony Pugh said violence versus a Pittsburgh Public Schools team member is inappropriate and anybody responsible “must be held responsible for such scary behavior.”

“We are deeply troubled by the violent act against an instructor of the Pittsburgh Public Schools that took place on the West End Bridge yesterday afternoon, and we are presently working together with the City of Pittsburgh Police Department’s investigation,” she stated in a statement.

Pugh said she might not discuss the particulars of the case, including Williams’ claim her child was maltreated, due to the fact that the case remains the subject of a police examination.

Williams was charged with stalking, careless endangerment, making terroristic hazards and worsened attack. Her sweetheart wasn’t charged.

Online court records do not note a lawyer for Williams, but authorities stated in their criminal problem she acknowledged attacking the teacher.

“I ain’t going to lie, I did it,” Williams stated, according to cops, though investigators state she rejected utilizing a brick and declared to have just punched the teacher.

The instructor could not be grabbed comment since no telephone number for her might be found. But the president of her union stated words aren’t enough to reveal her “scary” relating to the “brutal attack” she suffered.

“This dreadful attack is the most appalling act that I have actually had to resolve in my 6 years as your president,” Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers president Nina Esposito-Visgitis stated in an emailed declaration. “I know acts of violence like this do not represent our kids or our moms and dads, however it is beyond undesirable.”

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Florida male accused of raping neighbor, using to do backyard work to '' make up for it '.

Timothy Adam Walding, 18, is being held at the Palm Beach County jail without bond on charges of sexual assault with a weapon or force and kidnapping/false imprisonment. (Palm Beach Sheriff's Office)< img src=" /wp-content/uploads/2017/10/15148902_G.png" alt=" Timothy Adam Walding, 18, is being held at the Palm Beach County jail without bond on charges of sexual assault with a weapon or force and kidnapping/false jail time. (Palm Beach Constable's Workplace)"

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.( Meredith )– An 18-year-old Florida male was apprehended on accusations that he sexually assaulted his next-door neighbor and asked if he could do yard work to make amends. Timothy Adam Walding presumably broke into the lady’s home while she slept, put a knife to her throat and connected her hands up prior to the attack on Sept. 6,< a href =" http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/crime–law/new-teen-accused-raping-neighbor-offering-yardwork-make-amends/a2cvP5k4CXQ7yOQAy0PGzN/" target=" _

blank” > The Palm Beach Post reports. The female told deputies that Walding stayed inside her house after the attack and told her she had to put a deadbolt on her door. She stated Walding then asked her, “if he might make this up to her by doing some lawn work or by repairing something around her house,” inning accordance with a constable’s office report.

The woman said she only continued the discussion with Walding so he wouldn’t injure her, and then called 911 as quickly as he left. Inning accordance with arrest records, Walding is being held at&the Palm Beach&County prison without bond on charges of sexual attack with a weapon or force and kidnapping/false jail time.&– Details from: The Palm Beach( Fla.) Post, http://www.pbpost.com Copyright 2017 Meredith Corporation. All rights scheduled.

Instructor accused of having child with teenager during a 3-year sexual relationship

Laura Lynn Cross is charged with three counts of sexual battery. (Source: Summity County Sheriff's Office)< img src=" /wp-content/uploads/2017/08/14656580_G.png" alt= "Laura Lynn Cross is charged with three counts of sexual battery. (Source: Summity County Constable's Workplace)"

title=” Laura Lynn Cross is accuseded of 3 counts of sexual battery. (Source: Summity County Constable’s Office)” border=” 0″ width=” 180″/ > Laura Lynn Cross is charged with three counts of sexual battery. (Source: Summity County Sheriff’s Workplace).

AKRON, Ohio– An Ohio instructor is facing charges after presumably having a kid with a teen she initially fulfilled when she was his eighth-grade English instructor. Laura Lynn Cross, 36, is implicated of participating in a sexual relationship with the teen over a duration of three years. She was recently prosecuted on 3 counts of sexual battery that came from August 2013 to September 2016, News 5 Cleveland reports. Cross resigned from her mentor position in 2015 and in some way persuaded the teen’s mother, who apparently had custody, to permit him to move in with her

through a court approved” partial adult custody” arrangement. Charges were filed last week after authorities discovered Cross and the teen privately had a child together in 2015, inning accordance with News 5 Cleveland.

The teen’s father, who did not recognize himself, said he first raised issues to Butchel High School officials and authorities in 2012, but no charges were submitted.

” It was a straight failure from the system,” said the dad. “From the school and certainly from the police.”

A representative with the school district stated they are currently investigating the case.

Cross is being kept in the Summit County Prison on $100,000 bond.

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Ohio cheerleader accused of burying baby alive in backyard

(FOX19 NOW/Michael Buckingham via AP). Brooke Skylar Richardson makes her first court appearance in Franklin Municipal Court in Franklin, Ohio on Friday, July 21, 2017. Richardson is charged with reckless homicide in a baby's death.(FOX19 NOW/Michael Buckingham through AP). Brooke Skylar Richardson makes her first court appearance in Franklin Municipal Court in Franklin, Ohio on Friday, July 21, 2017. Richardson is accuseded of careless murder in a baby’s death. FRANKLIN, Ohio (AP)– The lawyer for an 18-year-old Ohio woman accused of burying an infant alive outside her family’s house said the teen is a”very good person” who has actually dealt with disabled children. Brooke Skylar Richardson pleaded not guilty through her attorney to a reckless murder charge on Friday

during a short local court hearing in the southwest Ohio city of Franklin. A judge continued her $ 15,000 bond. Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell stated Friday the charge was based on proof that the infant was “born alive and was not a stillborn child.” A criminal grievance stated the baby passed away on May 7.

The remains were discovered July 14 in Carlisle, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) north of Cincinnati. Private investigators are waiting on a final report from the county coroner’s office about how the baby passed away.

The Dayton Daily News has reported that authorities discovered the remains after receiving a tip from a medical professional’s office.

Lawyer Charles Rittgers told reporters after Friday’s hearing that Richardson, a college-bound high school cheerleader, is “by all suggests a great person.”

Rittgers declined to comment even more.

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Guy accused of shooting in Strip garage prepared to leave to Mexico

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Metro Police Jonathan Ozuna A three-time convicted felon accused of shooting 2 security guards last week in a Las Vegas Strip parking garage following a retail store robbery told a tipster he “had no plans to return to jail” and was trying to get away to Mexico, according to a City Cops arrest report.

Jonathan Ozuna, 34, was detained last Friday for the shooting at the Miracle Mile Shops that sent the guards to the medical facility with survivable injuries. Ozuna was determined through monitoring images and the anonymous tipster.

Jaime Gonzalez-Ortiz, 25, who was detained last week, had shoplifted with Ozuna at the Sunglass Hut to trigger the foot chase and shooting, authorities stated.

First responders were dispatched about 7:45 p.m. last Thursday to the third flooring of the parking lot, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. S., where first responders discovered 2 guards with survivable gunshot injuries, one to the hand and the other to the side of his neck, cops said.

The guards were closing in on Ozuna when he fired 2 to four rounds, authorities said.

Gonzalez-Ortiz, who was apparently not with Ozuna when gunfire erupted, got away to his pickup after he thought they ‘d been caught taking, police stated. He got Ozuna near the shooting scene, owned him to his apartment, and the next day hired a lawyer to turn himself in after he understood Ozuna had shot someone.

Not long after the shooting, detectives began getting call recognizing Ozuna as a suspect, authorities stated.

Ozuna was tracked down and jailed when he and a male he was offering glasses and clothing to were visiting a bank to get money, cops stated.

During a search of the buyer’s automobile, investigators found a gun matching the one utilized during the shooting, authorities said. In his home, they found stolen products with security devices still attached to them.

Detectives discovered Ozuna was linked to shoplifting incidents in valley companies, which merchandise was later on sold at discounted rates through social media, cops stated.

Officers recuperated taken items from 3 Miracle Mile Shops stores Ozuna dropped while he was being gone after by the guards, cops said.

Gonzalez-Ortiz was scheduled on robbery-related charges and later on bailed out, while Ozuna stays imprisoned without the possibility of bail on counts of attempted murder, battery with a lethal weapon, possession of a weapon by a restricted person and robbery, records show.

Couple accused of assault over cold chicken order in custody

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A screen grab from a YouTube video shows an attack on a food stand owner and her daughter.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017|7:36 p.m.

PEMBROKE, Ga.– A couple accused of attacking a female and her child because they were served cold chicken at a Georgia food stand has actually surrendered.

Baxley Cops told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Nathaniel and Latasha Smith turned themselves in Wednesday. Authorities state the Smiths face worsened assault charges following the June 22 attack captured on monitoring video in Baxley, a southeast Georgia town.

Authorities state the couple assaulted Qwik Chick food stand owner Jeanette Norris and her 15-year-old daughter because of the part size and temperature of their order. Norris reimbursed their loan and told them she had actually called cops. Police say that’s when Latasha Smith punched Norris, breaking her nose. They include surveillance video shows Nathaniel Smith punching the teenager.

It wasn’t instantly understood if either one has an attorney.

Couple accused of robbing, killing guy obviously missed out on the $20K in his pockets

Friday, June 16, 2017|8:30 p.m.

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Blane Ward

Officers found 65-year-old’s Jerry Lee Moore’s body about 11:30 p.m. June 5 in a dirt location behind a gaming parlor near Rancho Drive and Lake Mead Boulevard, authorities said. His just-purchased truck was missing out on.

Blane Ward, 53, and Charlene King, 51, were jailed Wednesday during a traffic stop and imprisoned on counts of open murder, conspiracy to dedicate murder and robbery with making use of a deadly weapon, authorities stated. They later couldn’t discuss how Moore’s green 1994 Ford pickup ended up about 10 feet from the Ward’s trailer.

Ward and King rejected their involvement in the slaying, according to their arrest report. Ward and Moore resided in the very same trailer park until previously this year, cops stated.

An examination figured out that Moore had actually just earned $30,000 in a settlement, which he told numerous people in his neighborhood about, cops said.

Quickly before Moore’s death, King, whom he understood, went to his trailer and requested for assistance concerning Ward’s vehicle, which she stated had broken down, cops stated. Witnesses saw the victim and the female leave together.

Sometime after the shooting, King and Ward got to Moore’s trailer in his truck and were browsing within, taking a jar of change, some cannabis and other products with them, cops stated. Ward, who’s a four-time authorized felon for burglaries and a theft, appeared to be frustrated, witnesses said.

Near Moore’s body, authorities found a can of chewing tobacco, a bottle of beer and a flashlight stained with blood, inning accordance with the report.

It wasn’t immediately clear if DNA was used to additional link the suspects with the criminal activity, however during the arrests, officers found a can of tobacco of the very same brand on Ward.