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Step Father Claims He Was Knocked Out, And 4-yr Abducted...

HappilyLiberal

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From the video posted above

- mom did know about the abuse and willfully covered it up
- the stepdad had a female mistress in addition to male one
- the step dad said that the mom was never home and they often argued about what kinda mother she was. He said he was the primary parent
- the stepdad is on a hunger strike (who cares ) and has been getting death threats from the other inmates

See... all they have to do is put animals like this in general population and save the state the time and money it would take to try them, have them go through appeals, and then execute them. He'd be dead in a week!
 

Leeda.the.Paladin

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Quanell X: Maleah Davis’ Mother, Brittany Bowens, Will Face Charges

Tuesday, June 4, 2019



Houston community activist Quanell X says Maleah Davis’ mother, Brittany Bowens, will face charges in her daughter's gruesome death.




The remains of the 4-year-old were found scattered alongside a highway near Hope, Arkansas on Friday. The remains were positively identified as Maleah on Monday.



Maleah was missing for a month. Her mother's fiancé, Derion Vence, was arrested on May 11 and charged with tampering with a human corpse. Vence, 26, told police he was carjacked by three Hispanic males on May 3. He reported Maleah missing on May 4.



In an interview with HLN's anchorwoman Lynn Smith on Tuesday, Quanell said he believes Bowens will face charges because she knows more than what she's saying.

"I know for a fact, that she confessed to me, she helped cover up physical abuse of Maleah in the home," he said.

Maleah was last seen alive on a neighbor's surveillance camera on April 30 - the same day Bowens flew to Massachusetts to attend her father's funeral.

"I believe that, when she came back, she learned a little bit more about Maleah's - what happened with her. But I don't think she knew where the body was dumped. But I do believe [Vence] shared things with her to let her know what had happened to Maleah."



Quanell addressed Bowens' claims that she let him go as her representative after he made up lies about her.

He said Bowens became upset when she learned that he went to the district attorney's office with information he gathered during his own investigation.

"The only thing she could do was try to attack me because she knew what I had learned," he said. "She knew what I knew - and based on what I know and what I had learned, she knows what she's possibly facing in the future."

When asked if he thinks Bowens will face charges, Quanell responded, "Yes. I do... Because of what was shared with me, what she told me, what she admitted to. And what I shared with [the DA's office] was factual information that came directly from Brittany. And I have proof of what she said and what she admitted to, and that has been shared with the investigators. I do believe she will be charged. And she should be charged."




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Leeda.the.Paladin

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Another 4 year old killed and his sister abused by the boyfriend and mom. DHS visited this family too.

Mother, boyfriend charged in death of 4-year-old girl, abuse of girl's sister

NATCHEZ, Miss. —

Natchez police have arrested a woman and her boyfriend in connection with the death of the woman's 4-year-old daughter and the abuse of her 3-year-old daughter.

Armani Hill was pronounced dead Wednesday afternoon at the Merit Health Natchez emergency room, authorities said.


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The girl’s 3-year-old sister was taken to a hospital in Jackson where she is being treated for what authorities said are serious injuries.

"Wednesday was a very sad day for law enforcement because we witnessed firsthand, severe beatings that these two young children suffered at the hands of a caregiver," Natchez Police Chief Walter Armstrong said.


Armstrong said the two girls were left with James Christopher Anderson, 24, while their mother, Lakeishia Jones went to work Tuesday night.

"He took them on a 1/4 mile walk after they were severely beaten. He referenced the fact that one of the two could not walk, that she would continue to fall. Mind you, he did not call 911. But he chose to take these kids on a 1/4 mile walk to the Holiday Apartments, which is where his mom lived," Armstrong said. "There were more than 12 injuries to these young children. Just one of those injuries to any of our bodies, we would be wracked in pain."

Jones told investigators that at least one of the girls appeared to be fine when she returned home Wednesday, Armstrong said. The girls were later driven to a hospital, where Armani died, Armstrong said.

Armstrong said this is the worst case of child abuse he has ever seen. The Mississippi Department of Human Services has twice previously investigated the family because of previous injuries to the children, Armstrong said.

"There's indication that the abuse of these young babies had gone on for quite some time," Armstrong said.

Investigators believe Jones was aware of the ongoing abuse by her boyfriend, but failed to take action to protect the children, Armstrong said.

Anderson is charged with two counts of felonious abuse to a child. Jones, 25, is charged with two counts of child deprivation of necessities with substantial harm, Armstrong said.

Anderson and Jones are in jail without bond, Anderson said.

If convicted, Anderson and Jones could face life in prison, Armstrong said.

MDCPS released a statement Friday evening regarding this case:

"MDCPS has received two prior reports of abuse involving the same children in this case since December 2018. In both instances, the agency investigated the reporters’ concerns and the evidence did not support substantiation of the allegations made. Although our investigator was unable to substantiate the allegations made in either of the two reports, MDCPS nevertheless opened an “in-home” case and made repeated face-to-face visits with the children and family from January to May 2019. At no time during that monitoring period did any safety concerns arise or were any new concerns of child abuse or harm noted. The in-home case involving the family was closed on June 4 after MDCPS staff met with both of the children, the mother and the grandmother."

The statement goes on to say:

"The children involved in this case were never placed into MDCPS custody."

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Leeda.the.Paladin

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All these child abusers seem to be pro-life. You could’ve taken plan B or terminated the pregnancy if you hated kids

All these child abusers seem to be pro-life. You could’ve taken plan B or terminated the pregnancy if you hated kids
I recognize the area these people live in. There’s a lot of poverty. The nearest abortion clinic is 2.5 hours away and it’s the only one in the state. I don’t think plan b is covered by Medicaid and Sex Ed is not taught in our state. A lot of grown women are still not sure about the whys and how’s of pregnancy.

I’m not excusing them, but there’s a vicious cycle here that precludes a lot of these situations.

It’s so sad for the children caught up in these messes.
 

Crackers Phinn

Either A Blessing Or A Lesson.
The dirty little secret about motherhood that a lot of mothers keep to themselves is that they didn't want kids in the first place and going through with giving birth didn't change their minds. That's how stuff like looking the other way while a man beats your child to death and coming out with the crocodile tears after the fact happens.

I don't know how to fix this because this kind of thing has always happened. The internet just shines a spotlight on it.

This situation made me go look up the outcome of the Shaniya Davis case. I'm glad that the supreme court reaffirmed the death penalty for the killer and the mother got second degree murder as part of a plea deal.
 

Crackers Phinn

Either A Blessing Or A Lesson.

Maleah Davis update: Derion Vence pleads guilty, sentenced to 40 years in prison, officials say​

HOUSTON

Derion Vence pleaded guilty Thursday to tampering with a corpse and injury to a child -- 4-year-old Maleah Davis -- and was sentenced to 40 years in prison, officials say.

Vence, 28, dated Maleah’s mother, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg’s Office said in a news release with an update about the case. Vence, Maleah and her little brother were all reported missing the morning of May 4, 2019. When Vence and Maleah’s brother showed up at a hospital late that night, Maleah was not with them. Her remains were found by the side of a road in Arkansas a month after she disappeared.

Maleah was being watched by Vence because her mother was out of state on a trip. Vence eventually told police he had been attacked by unknown men a day earlier while on his way to the airport to pick up the mother along with Maleah and his son. He said that when he woke up after the attack, Maleah was missing.

Officials said his story did not match up with surveillance video which showed his departure from the apartment with only his son. Ogg’s office noted that additional video review showed him leaving his apartment with a full garbage bag in a laundry basket.


Intentional injury to a child which causes serious injury by act or omission is a first degree felony. He was sentenced to 40 years for intentional injury to a child and 20 years for tampering with a corpse. Vence will serve the sentences concurrently.

The Houston Police Department Homicide Division investigated the case. It was prosecuted by the Harris County District Attorney’s Office Major Offenders Division.

“Children are the most vulnerable members of our community and young Maleah’s death is tragic,” Ogg is quoted as saying in a news release. “We may never have all the answers in this case and our thoughts are with her family.”

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naturalgyrl5199

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Maleah Davis update: Derion Vence pleads guilty, sentenced to 40 years in prison, officials say​

HOUSTON

Derion Vence pleaded guilty Thursday to tampering with a corpse and injury to a child -- 4-year-old Maleah Davis -- and was sentenced to 40 years in prison, officials say.

Vence, 28, dated Maleah’s mother, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg’s Office said in a news release with an update about the case. Vence, Maleah and her little brother were all reported missing the morning of May 4, 2019. When Vence and Maleah’s brother showed up at a hospital late that night, Maleah was not with them. Her remains were found by the side of a road in Arkansas a month after she disappeared.

Maleah was being watched by Vence because her mother was out of state on a trip. Vence eventually told police he had been attacked by unknown men a day earlier while on his way to the airport to pick up the mother along with Maleah and his son. He said that when he woke up after the attack, Maleah was missing.

Officials said his story did not match up with surveillance video which showed his departure from the apartment with only his son. Ogg’s office noted that additional video review showed him leaving his apartment with a full garbage bag in a laundry basket.


Intentional injury to a child which causes serious injury by act or omission is a first degree felony. He was sentenced to 40 years for intentional injury to a child and 20 years for tampering with a corpse. Vence will serve the sentences concurrently.

The Houston Police Department Homicide Division investigated the case. It was prosecuted by the Harris County District Attorney’s Office Major Offenders Division.

“Children are the most vulnerable members of our community and young Maleah’s death is tragic,” Ogg is quoted as saying in a news release. “We may never have all the answers in this case and our thoughts are with her family.”

Copyright 2021 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.
He better do all 40 of those years.
 
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