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Kearns father charged with abusing 7-month-old twins

In domestic law on July 10, 2011 at 10:43 pm

KEARNS — A Kearns father has been charged with abusing his 7-month-old twins, which resulted in leg fractures and eye injuries.

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Antoneus Deslegte, 25, was charged Friday with abusing his 7-month-old twins.

Antoneus Deslegte, 25, was charged Friday with five counts of child abuse, a second-degree felony.

One twin, a girl, was admitted to Primary Children’s Medical Center on June 19 with a large laceration and bruise to her right eye, according to the charges filed in 3rd District Court. X-rays also showed she had suffered a fractured tibia.

Primary Children’s child abuse expert Dr. Karen Hansen told investigators that the laceration, which required eight stitches, would have been caused by a blow of sufficient force to pull the skin apart. When physicians examined the twin brother, they found he also had a fractured right tibia and an older skull fracture that had been healing, the charges state.

Deslegte told police he had been holding his daughter when she fell back and hit her head on a baby swing. And in late April, he said he had picked the girl up and heard a “pop” from her leg, according to the charges.

The children’s mother told police Deslegte is rough with the children and she was afraid to leave them alone with him. Other family members reported that Deslegte treats the twins roughly, including forcing a binky in their mouths and picking them up by one arm, the charges state.

Some family members also told investigators that the 7-month-old girl cries whenever she’s in the room with her father, tries to get away from him and “freaks out” when he picks her up.

Hansen reported that the girl’s fractured tibia likely occurred in late April when she was admitted to Intermountain Medical Center for a swollen leg that was beginning to heal. The doctor told prosecutors that the parents’ explanations did not account for the twins’ injuries, which were “highly likely” to have been caused by a person, not by accident.

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In domestic law on July 10, 2011 at 4:10 pm
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Here’s another to add to the list:

Bonds reduced for two charged in toddler’s murder

A judge reduced bonds Wednesday for the two people charged in the first-degree murder of a toddler last year.

Amy Parmer, 27, of Hiawatha, and Zyriah Schlitter, 24, of Cedar Rapids, are both charged with first-degree murder and child endangerment resulting in death. They are accused of killing 17-month-old Kamryn Schlitter, who died from head trauma. Zyriah Schlitter is Kamryn’s father and Parmer is his ex-girlfriend.

Of course he had custody:

Schlitter and Parmer had exclusive care and custody of Kamryn from March 1 through March 21, 2010 and while at a daycare center on March 8 and March 15, workers noticed bruising to her face, according to the complaint

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A Man who’s father shot and killed his pregnant mother, Grew up to become a child rapist

In domestic law on June 22, 2011 at 11:01 am

Back in 1990, Croote was involved with the law, but this time as a victim. His father Michael, a soldier stationed in Georgia, shot and killed Adam’s mother Wendy, who was six months pregnant. After a custody battle between his grandparents, Croote’s maternal grandparents kidnapped him, changed his name and moved to Kansas.

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UPDATE – 23-year-old Adam Croote has been in trouble with the law before.  In 2005, he was convicted of a sexual offense in Massachusetts, leading to his registration as a sex offender.

Three years later, the FBI tracked him down, arrested his grandparents, and moved him back to Westerlo to live with his maternal grandmother.  She became an advocate for missing children, and the two of them were in the Oval Office when then-President Bill Clinton signed an executive order mandating that federal buildings allow space to post missing child notices.

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A Man who’s father shot and killed his pregnant mother, Grew up to become a child rapist

In domestic law on June 22, 2011 at 11:00 am

Back in 1990, Croote was involved with the law, but this time as a victim. His father Michael, a soldier stationed in Georgia, shot and killed Adam’s mother Wendy, who was six months pregnant. After a custody battle between his grandparents, Croote’s maternal grandparents kidnapped him, changed his name and moved to Kansas.

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UPDATE – 23-year-old Adam Croote has been in trouble with the law before.  In 2005, he was convicted of a sexual offense in Massachusetts, leading to his registration as a sex offender.

Three years later, the FBI tracked him down, arrested his grandparents, and moved him back to Westerlo to live with his maternal grandmother.  She became an advocate for missing children, and the two of them were in the Oval Office when then-President Bill Clinton signed an executive order mandating that federal buildings allow space to post missing child notices.

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FATHER charged in death of 14 year old daughter

In domestic law on June 11, 2011 at 11:08 pm

After another Custody battle. another Daddy kills his ‘victory win’.

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Missing Person Alycia Mesiti has been missing since 08/15/2006 from the Ceres Ca. Area.
Alycia Mesiti 2

Custody battle

Alycia and her older brother were placed in her father’s custody in November 2005, about the time the family moved to Ceres. In the previous seven years, Mesiti was convicted of bank fraud and drunken driving, and charged with domestic violence. He was ordered to attend anger-management classes and landed in prison after failing to attend court-ordered drug and alcohol treatment programs.

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CUSTODIAL FATHER Beats his two year old daughter to death

In domestic law on June 2, 2011 at 2:07 pm

Williams told police that he disciplined the child shortly before her death for going to the bathroom in her pull ups.

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When officers arrived they found the child’s father, 22-year-old Nicholas Williams, holding the toddler.
Despite an officer’s attempt to perform CPR, doctor’s pronounced the child dead at Dell Children’s Hospital.
 
illiams told police that he disciplined the child shortly before her death for going to the bathroom in her pull ups.
Williams told police that he disciplined the child shortly before her death for going to the bathroom in her pull ups.
“He spanked her, but he said he spanked her approximately 10 times with a belt,” Sgt. Hector Reveles said. “The subsequent autopsy revealed that the child had a significant more injuries that he accounted for by that, by spanking
According to the arrest affidavit, the medical examiner believes the toddler died from blunt force trauma and possibly suffocation.
Detectives interviewed Williams’ girlfriend who said she witnessed Williams on at least five separate occasions hit the girl on the back and arms with a belt.
 
She told police she does not allow her boyfriend to spank their own children like he spanked the toddler, because she believes it is “excessive.”



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