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Baby Has Skull Fracture, Dad Says He “Tripped On A Cord”, And Mom Shoots Dad

You read that title right. Let me introduce you to a Missouri Family–The Klebers.

Steven Kleber

Steven Kleber

Lindsey Kleber

Lindsey Kleber

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Long story short, one of their two children was 7 weeks old when Steven Kleber supposedly “tripped on an electrical cord” and afterward suffered from bleeding on both sides of the brain and a skull fracture. Apparently that just happens when a parent trips (but doesn’t fall) on something. Let me tell you about the time my daughter got shaken baby syndrome because I tripped while holding her.

Well, I would tell you about that if that had ever happened.

This was when his wife at the time (Lindsey) was on a trip visiting her father. Steven didn’t even think to mention the incident until after they went to three different hospitals and learned about her injuries. Lindsey, rightfully, was furious.

So it gets better. Is better the right term? Not sure.  Baby Mya’s mother and former wife to Steven, Lindsey Kleber, was so worried after talking to prosecutors that her husband would pretty much get away with such a horrible act that she abducted him and shot him in the back when he ran off. He has recovered and is still facing child abuse charges. Lindsey is now serving a 3-year sentence for her acts toward her former husband.

I’m honestly not sure how I feel about this whole case. Part of me says “GO MOM, SHOOT THAT MOTHERFUCKER” but uhhh… I’m normally a peaceful person… Okay, that’s a lie. Or is it? I don’t know. I’m confusing myself. Either way, this is a strange case all around.

Baby Mya is now three years old and has suffered from seizures since the incident.

Source: Man on trial for child abuse; wife shoots him beforehand – USA Today

Baby Mya

Baby Mya

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Mya, at 3 years of age.

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Murder, Fraud, And Possible Gender Discrimination

There is so much that needs to be said about this case and I am curious as to whether anyone else believes that there is some kind of gender discrimination here. But I’m getting ahead of myself. This is just the introduction. Onto the case. Unfortunately, just as last time, this case happened in Florida as well. This case is a bit more confusing than most, but still horrific. It reminds me of the Casey Anthony case. And I don’t know if it’s gender discrimination or what, but there is definitely something wrong going on with this case. 

Dontrell K. Melvin was once a happy, healthy baby boy. Around July, 2011, he was 5 months old–almost 6 months. He disappeared that month. His mother, Brittney Sierra, claimed that she reported the child as missing immediately. She said that her boyfriend at the time, Calvin Melvin, took their son on a walk and she phoned police immediately upon his returning without Dontrell. Court documents do show that the police met with her in July, 2011, but the police officers say that they do not specifically remember why she called the police.

However, knowing her son was “missing”, Sierra applied for and received food stamps and other benefits with Dontrell’s name listed as a dependent. In one she claimed near December 2011 that was involved with getting Christmas toys for children, it was claimed that Dontrell was 9 and a half months old. this is a little bit more than suspicious. Why she didn’t continue to phone the police as her child was missing, and then why she claimed him fraudulently on some benefits programs does not per se speak of an innocent mind. 

Calvin Melvin denied the claims that Brittney Sierra had made, pointing the finger at her and saying that he didn’t do anything and that Sierra was crazy, cutting herself and saying that she didn’t “want the fucking baby anymore”. Sierra responded telling police of how Calvin could suffocate the child. But when asked where the child could be, it was Calvin’s location that was correct. He said that the child could be in the backyard of their former home and even gave a diagram to police. It was there that little Dontrell’s skeletal remains were found buried. Both parents have been arrested for crimes such as child neglect and child cruelty. Calvin was given a harsher charge and also two charges of falsifying statements to police. 

The medical examiner confirmed that the skeletal remains were Dontrell’s, and the death was ruled a homicide by unknown violent means. Both parents plead not guilty to the charges. Recently, Sierra has not only had her charges reduced, but she has also been released on bail. Her lawyer fought hard for this because she is pregnant with her fourth child. The other two children are currently in state care. This whole incident started when there was an anonymous CPS report of Sierra smoking marijuana and verbally abusing her children. When the CPS social worker showed up to investigate, there were two children instead of three, and that’s where all of this began.

I’m really upset that this woman is being released from jail. She not only failed to continually report her child–her baby–missing so that anyone who would hear her would take her seriously and her child would be found, but she also fraudulently received benefits because she used her dead child as a dependent when he obviously wasn’t there. Loving parents generally don’t do that. They generally care about their children”s well being to the point where they’d start asking questions and demanding answers if their child could not be found and if the child just disappeared one day while the father was allegedly out walking with the child. Loving parents don’t wait 18 months (!!!) until CPS comes along and notices a child missing, ignoring the fact. They just don’t. 

So here we have a child who is dead, a mother who did nothing about anything that happened to her child and maybe even participated in causing it and she is out with a tracker connected to her ankle because she is pregnant with her fourth child. Oh, and did I mention that she is afraid that the child will be taken by the state? Imagine that! Sorry lady, but who knows what will happen if you keep this baby. They might go “missing” too and you may not report it until God-knows-when!

Now, I know I don’t have all of the facts that the court has. I can obviously only go on the information that I am given. However, in this case, I have so many unanswered questions and am so confused by our “justice” system. These two people though will more than likely be known in the court of the people, so hopefully no matter how this case turns out, they are closely monitored for the rest of their lives. This should never have happened. Ever.

Sources and Further Reading:
1.29.13 Judge Delays Visitation Decision For Mother Of Missing Hallandale Boy – CBS Miami
2.22.13 Mom Of Missing Hallandale Beach Child in Court Friday – CBS Miami
2.27.13 Father of Missing Hallandale Boy Back In Court – CBS Miami
3.4.13 Court Docs Show Finger-Pointing in Case Of Missing Hallandale Beach Boy – CBS Miami
3.4.2013 Charges Reworded Against Mother Charged In Missing Son Case – CBS Miami
3.7.13 Finger Pointing Between Dontrell Melvin’s Parents Seen in Police Report – NBC 6 South Florida
3.8.13 DNA Results: Tiny Remains Belong To Missing Hallandale Beach Boy – CBS Miami
3.9.13 Remains Found in Backyard Identified as Dontrell Melvin’s – NBC 6 South Florida
3.29.13 Medical Examiner: Toddler Dontrell Melvin Suffered Violent Death – CBS Miami
4.26.13 Investigators Combing Through Cell Phone Records in Murder of Hallandale Baby – CBS Miami
6.20.13 Renee Menendez Says Her Daughter Brittney Sierra “Didn’t Hurt Her Child” – NBC 6 South Florida
8.27.13 Mom Jailed In Child Neglect Case Pregnant With Fourth Child – Miami Herald
9.23.13 Woman Charged In Toddler’s Death Released On Bond – CBS Miami
9.23.13 Brittney Sierra, Mother of Missing Hallandale Missing Boy, Gets Charges Reduced – NBC 6 South Florida
9.23.13 Charges Reduced For Woman Whose Baby Found Buried – Miami Herald

Ice Cream: Something Worth Killing Over? NO

It’s been a while since I posted on this blog, but I’m going to keep this nice and short.

A mom killed her son over ICE CREAM.

ICE. CREAM.

She (Robin Erwin) called 911 claiming that her son had “walked into the knife” she’d been holding. He was stabbed once, yes, but it was no accident. He was stabbed in the chest.

You don’t just walk into someone “HEY, how are you doin–oh my GOD I just walked into your knife and it’s in my heart!” No. You walk in like “HEY. How you doin-ow! That knife poked me!”

She is being charged with murder and thankfully, countless people are upset that the mother murdered her son over ice cream. It was an argument that neighbors heard.

Three words: What. The. Fuck.

Robin Erwin, the lady who stabs people over ice cream.

Robin Erwin, the lady who stabs people over ice cream.

Sources:

1. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2416097/Mother-charged-murder-17-year-old-son-fatally-stabbed-friends-say-fight-started-ice-cream.html

2. http://www.opposingviews.com/i/society/crime/chicago-woman-erwin-allegedly-fatally-stabs-son-over-ice-cream#

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Children: They Make Great Outdoor Ornaments And Their Beds Make Great Gun Cabinets

Warning: Severe sarcasm and snark ahead. Please keep your hands and feet inside the ride at all time. I’m not responsible for you punching your computer screen in rage at this woman and breaking your hand, or worse, your computer. 

Note: This post is set up far differently than usual. If you don’t like it, let me know and I won’t use something like this again. Let me know what you think, good or bad. Please and Thank You!

Cheryl Darlene Dudley

Cheryl Darlene Dudley

AdminRaptor: Welcome to the Bad Breeders Internet Game Show (otherwise known as BBIGS)!

Jimmy: The game no one wants to play because contestants generally lose!

Adminraptor: I’m AdminRaptor,and tonight, along with co-host Jimmy, who is actually just a sarcastic fictional extension of myself, we have a new contestant! This is Cheryl Darlene Dudley of St. Peters, Missouri. She is 37 years old and a “mother” of two children. One child is one year old (22 months, almost 2) and the other child is seven years old. She doesn’t look too happy. Why isn’t she happy?

Jimmy: She’s sitting in jail right now on a $30,000 bond!

AdminRaptor: Indeed she is! Although that sounds a little low, doesn’t it Jimmy?
Jimmy: Very low.
AdminRaptor: Ridiculously low
Jimmy: Insanely low.
AdminRaptor: Indescribably low.
Jimmy: Lower than what I predict this woman’s IQ is.
AdminRaptor: I stand corrected.

Anyway, you’ll understand the “low” comments when I tel you what she’s n jail for. Well, it’s simple really… She tied her 22-month old (one year, almost two) child to her garage, outside, so that the child wouldn’t run out into the street.

Jimmy: I think the real reason is so the child wouldn’t run away in general from their lunatic mother.

AdminRaptor: More than likely. Police came to her house when a neighbor/witness called them reporting that a child was tied to the garage. When they got there, the child was no longer tied to the garage…But of course, Cheryl forgot rule #2 of dealing with the police during an investigation.

Jimmy: What’s rule #2?
AdminRaptor: Rule #2 is “Shut the fuck up.”
Jimmy: …What’s rule #1?
AdminRaptor: Rule #1 is “Don’t break the fucking law.”
Jimmy: Ah, good rules to abide by.

AdminRaptor: Indeed they are. But Cheryl broke rule #2 and didn’t shut the fuck up. Instead, she did admit to tying her child to the garage so that she wouldn’t run away. Then, when police searched the house, they found a loaded rifle in the one-year-old’s crib.And how did Cheryl explain that? Oh,  she heard a noise out back and grabbed her gun, set it down in the crib, and forgot that it was there.

Jimmy: Hey, that’s a legitimate excuse! I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve walked by my child’s crib and thought “Hey, that there bed would make a mighty fine gun cabinet!
AdminRaptor: Not funny.
Jimmy: Okay, how about this one: Maybe this is just some liberal conspiracy cover-up and the gun really belonged to the one-year-old and the police were just trying to deprive her of her Second Amendment rights?
AdminRaptor: What the fuck.
Jimmy: ‘MURIKA. THEY’RE TAKIN’ OUR FREEDOMS!
AdminRaptor: Rule #2 applies to this situation too, Jimmy.
Jimmy: Shutting the fuck up, now.
AdminRaptor: Good. Thank you.
Jimmy: Maybe that’ll be the headline for this case on Fox News…
AdminRaptor: JIMMY!
Jimmy: Bazinga!

AdminRaptor: Anyway, as the police continued to search. They found pills in the bedroom that was shared by the 7-year-old child, within reach of said child. Cheryl said she didn’t know what the pills were–just that they helped her sleep and she had trouble sleeping. There were also 5 dogs in the house that were removed from the home along with the children after this search. Dog feces were scattered about the house, and the basement had a number of used diapers on the floor, and things near the water heater that presented a fire hazard. There was also spoiled food in the kitchen/refrigerator, and brown smears of unknown origin in the refrigerator as well. `

Jimmy: Ew. Just. Ew.

AdminRaptor: And she is sitting in jail with a $30,000 bond with 7–SEVEN–counts of endangering the welfare of a child and 1 count of child abuse. So now you understand why Jimmy and I feel that this is a ridiculously low amount for bond. Oh, and there was physical abuse as well. Not only were flea bites and scratches found on the toddler, and bruises on her that Cheryl admitted to causing. The bathroom also looked like it hadn’t been cleaned in months as well. Oh, and the back door was always open because the glass of the door was broken. The full details can be read on the probable cause papers in the sources.

And unfortunately, I can’t think of the best way to end this blog post except to say that I hope that she is held responsible for her actions and that the children (and the dogs too) find a good home with loving families that will love and care for them like they deserve.

Jimmy: Too serious, bro.

AdminRaptor: Rule #2, Jimmy.

Sources:
[1] Missouri Mother Cheryl Dudley Left Loaded Gun In Crib, Police Say – The Huffington Post
[2] Cheryl Dudley Probable Cause Statement – Scribd
[3] St. Peters Woman Accused of Leaving Loaded Gun In Crib – CBS News St. Louis
[4] St. Peters mom left loaded rifle in crib, police say – St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Ruthie Bell “Allegedly” Leaves Kids Home Alone With A Lighter… And You Can Guess The Rest

Unrelated: Allegedly is a good word. I’m just sayin’. Remember, all these people are guilty until proven innocent, erm… Innocent until proven guilty. Though some work harder at proving their alleged innocence/guilt than others.

Note: Sources at the bottom. That’s just how I generally put blog posts together and if you don’t like that, let me know!

Warning: Angry Sarcasm Ahead.

It should be obvious not to leave young children at home without supervision. It should be even more obvious not to do so when said young children have access to something that they can use to make fire. But as we all know from reading this “Bad Breeders” blog, the obvious (not to mention common sense) concepts are not understood or are ignored by some people. In fact, they wouldn’t get those concepts if they were beaten in the face with them–or a brick, even. I like the brick idea.

Ruthie Lee Bell, 27, of Wichita, Kansas sits in jail now on a $75,000 bond for three counts of aggravated endangerment of a child. Now, I know that you’re wondering what the hell happened, but from not only my introduction, but the title of this post, you probably have a pretty solid idea of what came to be–but I’ll give you the details anyway. Nosy bastards. But that’s okay because I’m a nosy bastard too, else I would not have put this post together. So let me give you the timeline:

Ruthie Lee Bell

Ruthie Lee Bell

Thursday, July 11, 2013. Time: No Idea O’Clock

Ruthie leaves her home, leaving her three girls–ages 4, 6, and 7–hoe alone to do I-Couldn’t-Care-Less. Obviously it was so important that she couldn’t take the kids, and that it was worth risking their lives to go do whatever-the-frack she had to do. Probably grocery shopping. That sounds like something worth risking a child’s life over, right? Right?

Thursday, July 11, 2013: Time: Around 7pm

Ja’kara Tiora Lashon Dickson–the 6-year-old–was playing with a lighter that she managed to obtain. It is reported that she was in the bathroom, lighting some trash on fire. At some point, her clothing caught fire and she ran into a bedroom, removing her clothes and putting them on the bed. The bed caught fire and it quickly spread around the house. The smoke alarms went off. Luckily, neighbors heard the smoke alarms and came outside to see smoke coming from the house. 911 was called. Children could be heard screaming. When one tried to go through front door, it was locked so she went to the back and heard children screaming that they could not get out. Another neighbor said he heard terrible screams, and that one child was screaming about her sisters.

Firefighters showed up and got the children out of the house. Just as they were being loaded into ambulances, Ruthie arrived, driving through the front yards of neighbors and over a hose being used by the firefighters and got out of her vehicle screaming for her children. Why she was not arrested at that time is not known. She was arrested for unrelated charges along with child abandonment between July 11 and July 21, but was released on bond.

Two children, the 4-year-old and 7-year-old were released from the hospital the night that they came in, one having minor injuries and the other not harmed at all. Ja’kara remained in the hospital in critical condition having suffered from severe burns. The two children that were released were released to protective police custody.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Ja’kara died from her injuries and burns.

Ja'kara Tloria Lashon Dickson

Ja’kara Tloria Lashon Dickson

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

A third child, a one-year-old boy, is removed from Ruthie’s (the family’s) care in connection with the house fire. So that leaves three children in protective custody, and one child dead. This is just… Beyond sad. I hope the children stay safe.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Ruthie Bell, who had been arrested prior and was released on bond, was again arrested–this time charged with three counts of child endangerment and has a bond of $75,000.

Edit/Update: Thanks to “LoveMybabies” for sending a picture of a source for Ruthie Lee Bell’s photo to be added!

A child is dead because of Ruthie Lee Bell’s actions. And while I truly think that this was not intended–was an accident, the fact is that Ruthie left these children at home with no one old enough to supervise them. I am (obviously) angry. She didn’t ask a neighbor to watch her children while she went to do whatever-the-hell-she-did. She didn’t get anyone to do that. And as if that wasn’t bad enough (and might not necessarily be so bad if this next fact didn’t exist), she did not remove any and all lighters from the access of these children. What else, I wonder, did these children have access to? So much was on Ruthie’s shoulders regarding prevention of this tragedy, and she neglected to prevent it. Surely she knew there was a lighter in the house? Regardless, the point still stands that one shouldn’t leave young children home alone without adult or responsible supervision (I add that last bit because a 16-year-old, as an example,  isn’t an adult, but could still be responsible supervision of the young children).

And this isn’t the only case in which she got in trouble regarding the welfare of her children. In 2010 she was pulled over for driving with a suspended license and also ticketed for a child not wearing a seat belt.

I am thankful for the neighbors though, who heard the smoke alarm going off and saw the smoke and called 911. One of the first ones to notice mentioned that it was lucky that she was able to hear it, as she was downstairs in her home with the T.V. on and it was a very faint sound from where she was. But she is thankful, as I am, that she was able to hear it. This situation could have ended with even more tragedy. All of the children could have died.

Rest in peace, Ja’kara.

Edit: Here is a picture of the inmate information and charges since the link will no longer work once she is not in the Sedgewick County Jail. If I use jail info sources again, I’ll try to remember to post a screencap since it will change/no longer exist after a while.

Update July 24, 2013: KAKE News (source 13) reports that in Ruthie’s first court appearance on Tuesday July 23, she is facing 2 counts of Aggravated Endangering a Child, and is sitting with a $100,000 bond. Her next court appearance will be August 6.

Sedgwick County Inmate Booking Info Ruthie Lee Bell Arrested 2013.07.22

Sedgwick County Inmate Booking Info Ruthie Lee Bell Arrested 2013.07.22

The three girls that were in the home.

The three girls that were in the home.

Photo

All four of Ruthie’s children.

Sources:
[1] Mother Arrested Again After Child Dies In Fire – KWCH News
[2] Child Killed In House Fire Identified – KWCH News
[3] Ruthie Lee Bell – Sedgwick County Inmate Booking/Arrest Details
[4] Child Left Alone Dies After House Fire – NBC News
[5] Update: Mother of Child Killed In Fire Arrested – KAKE News
[6] Mother Of Girl Who Died Of Burns Is Charged With Child Endangerment – The Wichita Eagle
[7] Six-Year-Old Girl Who Was Burned In House Fire Last Week Dies – The Wichita Eagle
[8] Six-Year-Old Girl Who Died Of Injuries From House Fire Identified – The Wichita Eagle
[9] Wichita Mother Arrested On Child Endangerment Charges – KSN News
[10] Mother Of Child Killed In Southeast Wichita Fire Arrested – KFDI Radio FM 101.3
[11] Ja’Kara Tloria Lashon Dickson Obituary
[12] Third Child Removed From Mom – KSN News
[13] UPDATE: Mother Of Child Killed In Fire Makes First Appearance In Court – KAKE News

Clayden’s Injuries Were “The Worst Thing I’ve Ever Seen In My Life” Says Pediatric Surgeon

(Sources posted at the end of this article)

This is a particularly sad post. While I pride myself in trying to lighten things, provide humor, or just having sarcastic relief, this is not possible in this post. There is no joy. All I have is anger and sadness. This happened in my home town in Kansas, and one of the murderers of this child was in my high school graduating class. I had a feeling then that she wouldn’t be the most successful person in the world, but what was to come just one year after graduation was far worse than anything I could have imagined.

Here is little Clayden, happy as can be.

Here is little Clayden, happy as can be.

Let me introduce you to Clayden Lee Urbanek. He is–was–a fourteen-month old healthy little boy, whom his family cherished. He was nicknamed “Clay Baby”, and his father (Jorden Urbanek) said that Clayden’s coming into the world made his life better, happier. He loved his little boy. But after he and Clayden’s mother, Brittney Betzold, broke up when Clayden was around 6 months old, Jorden only got to see his son on the weekends. When he was with his son, he’d take him on trips and Jorden worked on cars and said that Clayden seemed to be interested in that. Sometimes, Clayden would go “vroom vroom”, Jorden reminisced.

September 25, 2011 was the last day that Jorden Urbanek would see his son smiling, happy, healthy, and unharmed. On September 30, when he got to see Clayden, Clayden had a gauze on his foot and Brittney told him that a knife had fallen and landed on his foot. Perhaps it was because there was little or no abuse prior, that this did not arouse suspicion. Later, Brittney would tell an officer that saw the gauze pad on his foot that she and her son were “playing mummy.”

This is Jorden and Marley, the 6-week old Belgian puppy that he got for Clayden.

This is Jorden and Marley, the 6-week old Belgian puppy that he got for Clayden.

In anticipation for Clayden’s next visit, Jorden got a 6-week old Belgian shepherd puppy for Clayden and couldn’t wait to introduce Marley (the puppy) to Clayden. But Clayden Lee Urbanek would never get the chance to meet Marley.

The next weekend, when Jorden was supposed to have Clayden over, Brittney told him that the child would not be visiting him that weekend because he was staying with an aunt. And there was very little contact between the two during this time, which wasn’t all that unusual. Brittney was working at a local factory and was working many hours. She and Clayden were living with her boyfriend, Antonio Brown.

Antonio Brown and Brittney Betzold

Antonio Brown and Brittney Betzold

October 4, 2011. Paramedics rush to the home of Brittney and Antonio after Brittney calls 911 in hysterics. When the ambulance arrived, Clayden was lying on the floor, pale and cold to the touch. He was rushed to the Salina hospital, but then transferred to a larger hospital in Wichita, and it was there, on that very day, that Clayden Lee Urbanek died.

What happened? Clayden had so many injuries to his small body. There was so much bruising all over his body that had to have taken place over the span of days–during the time that no other family members knew what was going on or had contact with Brittney. Medical professionals described Clayden’s injuries as the worst that they had ever personally seen regarding child abuse cases. Some of the bruising that he had was caused by enough force that it would have been similar to Clayden having been in a car accident–and he never was. A pediatric surgeon said that the extent of Clayden’s injuries was so severe that even none of the surgeons had seen anything like it.

“It was the worst thing I’ve ever seen in my life”, said one pediatric surgeon.

And emergency surgery had to be performed on Clayden’s distended abdomen (caused by something being knocked against it and/or Clayden being kicked–it was estimated to be about 10 blows/kicks), and 12 inches of his intestines had died and had to be removed. There were also three other internal tears causing significant bleeding that had to be repaired. Despite resuscitation attempts, he died a mere 45 minutes after the surgery. And though the abdominal injuries that little Clayden suffered were the ultimate cause of death, his entire body was covered in deep bruises and scrapes. It was reported that the bruises on his buttocs were a deep purple, and then turned black and there was visible tissue damage around one inch deep.

In just a few short days (the more serious injuries happening within 24 hours of his death), Clayden suffered at least 60 bruises/scrapes on his head and neck (12 being on his scalp), 26 external injuries to his abdomen/torso and then another 20 injuries on his limbs. This was reported by the person who performed the autopsy on Clayden, and she admits that this is a conservative (small) estimate as there were so many injuries to this poor child.

Both Brittney and Antonio were arrested and tried for murder in the first degree, along with a slew of other charges, such as child endangerment and failing to protect the child.

They day that Clayden died, Antonio Brown called Jorden Urbanek and told him to go to the hospital because something bad had happened and he told Jorden that he loved Clayden and never and would never hit him. But all of the facts say otherwise. He is currently awaiting sentencing after having escaped the Saline County jail for a few days before being apprehended and is facing a charge for that as well. I can only hope that he never gets out of prison. As for Brittney, she was sentenced to 13 years for second-degree murder rather than first-degree murder. 13 years for helping to destroy her own flesh and blood, ripping apart a family, and denying her child all of the experiences that he will never have–graduation, first date, maybe even marriage and children. Clayden will never have these experiences. His last days in this life were Hell on Earth, caused by those who were supposed to protect and love him most.

Rest in peace, dear Clayden Lee Urbanek.

Clayden Lee Urbanek

Clayden Lee Urbanek

Sources:

 Photos of Clayden Lee Urbanek
Best Memory: His Smile – Salina.com
Salina Woman Sentenced in Young Son’s Death – KAKE News
Beaten To Death – Salina.com
Salina Woman Pleads Guilty In Son’s Death
Salina Infant Had No Food Or Electricity Before Death – KWCH News
Clayden Lee Urbanek’s Obituary
Forum 1 discussing the case with more sources
Forum 2 discussing the case with more sources