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3 indicted on child-abuse charges in Wood County

It’s Monday, I’m still tired from the weekend, and I wake up to this…

Three different cases, two dead children, and one six-month old with a fractured skull, but, thankfully still alive.

Nathan J. Brenner, 35, of Liberty Center, Ohio, has been charged with murder and three other charges in the death of his girlfriend’s 2-year old daughter, Emma Zehnpfennig. Emma died of severe head trauma, after spending a week on life support in Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. The boyfriend was ‘caring for’ the child when the injuries occurred. Apparently, the phrase ‘caring for’ is the new euphemism for ‘beating to death’, although the details of the abuse were not listed in this article – other than ‘head trauma’, of course. No word on the mother, Tabitha Zehnpfennig, or whether she has anything to say about the death of her baby. She has not been charged. Please, people, listen to me – no penis is worth the death of your child. Buy a dildo if you can’t live without sex, but don’t HIRE one to watch your kid for you! Geez….

Erin N. Taylor, 19, of Bowling Green, has been indicted on endangerment charges for the injuries to her 6-month old son, whose name was not listed in the article. The infant was taken to the hospital with a fractured skull and ‘other bleeding injuries’. WTF?!? How many injuries can a 6-month old have? Don’t answer that, it was a rhetorical question.

Rebecca Steinmiller, 25, also of Bowling Green, has also been charged with endangerment and is currently still a guest at the Gray Bar Motel (a.k.a. Wood County Jail), where her sorry arse has been sitting since May 11. I’m not sure why she has only been charged with endangerment, since the baby is DEAD, but there it is. 3-month old Carter Steinmiller died on May 5. The endangerment charges stemmed from a broken arm sustained several DAYS before the child was taken to the hospital. Steinmonster…oops…Steinmiller… called 911 on the evening of May 5 to tell them she had just awakened from a nap and found her baby not breathing. Good grief, people, I know babies are allergic to parents getting a reasonable amount of sleep (mine never wanted me to sleep for more than a couple hours at a time when they were that small), but the last time I checked, taking a nap was not enough to induce anaphylaxis in an infant. The cause of death has not yet been determined, but I would be greatly surprised if it was anything less than parent-induced. After all, this stellar parent DID withhold treatment of the broken arm for more than 4 days. The husband’s name was not mentioned, and I am wondering why, since he was present at the time,and should have been held equally responsible for the medical neglect, if nothing else…

That’s going to be it for me today – three strikes, and I’m out. I need to go hug my own babies for a while now, and remind them how much I love them.

May Karma join forces with Lady Justice to make this one b*tch of a day for the abusers.

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  1. Gad, I’m so sick of these stories! Great write up!

    1. Angel is the bestest.

      1.  No, that’s your job – I just like to play follow the leader…but thanks for the vote of confidence!

    2.  Thank you!

  2. I found this picture of little Emma.  Breaks my hearts.  How could someone hurt her??
    http://www.justice4caylee.org/t18651-emma-zehnpfeennig-2-yo-bowling-green-toledo-oh

  3. You need a job or a hobby.  You have no idea the situation that lead to the death of my grandchild.  Did you really not consider that the child was in the care of his father while his mother took a nap?  At least you had brains enough to notice the father wasn’t indicted.  Fishy don’t ya think?  Sort of makes you wonder if there might be a few details the press doesn’t exactly have worked out properly.  Wood County only barely counts as a hospital by the way.  At least the majority of these sites post the actual press clippings.  You don’t seem to be restrained by such rules.  Slander and lible do apply on the internet.  I’m watching your site.  Be very careful what you pop off about. 

    1. Who are you trying to defend?  Your grandchild is dead and had a broken arm that wasn’t attended to by a medical professional for crissakes!  A 3 month old with a broken arm…geesh!

    2. Maybe Grandma should learn how to navigate a website, hmmm? See the sentence up on top that reads, “3 indicted on child abuse charges”? That’s called a link. Say it with me, “Link”. Very good. Now, if you click (You do know what that means, don’t you?) on that, you can see the “press clippings”? I hope you can share that little bit of knowledge with the rest of the trailer park before they get here, save them a little time.

      Nice way to acknowledge your grandchild, btw. (Do you understand that one, Grandma?)

      1. Well, if you have a selfish fuck who murdered a shild, you HAVE to think the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Of course she would be more worried about libel than the dead baby. WAKE UP CALL!!!

        1. What have I said about that? 😛

          1. PENIS!! PRECIOUS! SO CALLED… and whatnot……

        2. She is high on multiple pain killers and she is a rn, go figure

    3. Seriously, woman? Your grandchild just died under violent circumstances and you choose to go online, google the case and “set straight” the meanies who are bashin’ the poor ol’ ma who didn’t seek medical attention for her child for four days? You are totally fucked in the head. Watch the site all you want, ya goofy broad, you clearly have some messed up priorities. By the way, you seem positively grief stricken…not.

    4. Watch away. Your threats mean nothing.

    5. This is a blog, not a news site. And we’ve heard the song and dance about slander and libel, so go threaten someone else. We are allowed to express our opinions whether you like them or not.

    6.  Oh! My gosh! I’m sooooo sorry I got the story wrong! Please don’t report me! If I had only known that all of those news stories I read about this incident were false, I would never have written this! Will you please forgive me? PLEASE!?!? I’ll take it down right this minute!

      Oh, wait – no I won’t.  How about you provide some proof to back your claims, since all of the information in this article came directly FROM a mainstream news source (linked above, BTW), and is as accurate as the info in the link is… Or, perhaps you’d like to point out exactly which one of the ‘facts’ in my write-up is inaccurate? However, since you want to get all legal on me, I’ll be more than happy to point out an inaccuracy in YOUR post – slander does not apply on the internet. Idiot. Slander concerns the spoken word, and the information that seems to have you in a snit is WRITTEN. Libel might apply, if I had written anything false in my article, but, alas, I did not. Every fact was accurate. Some of my adjectives used to describe your daughter may have offended you, but they are only my opinion, after all – and as far as I know, opinions are still legal in this country.  If you can quote me a statute or law that forbids my opinion, I will be glad to review it, and reconsider anything in my article that law legally covers. Until then, please, find some other venue in which to display your unchecked ignorance.

      Oh, and if you have any info about the ‘father’ being charged (or jailed) and you want to share it, I’ll be sure to include that in the write up.  If your daughter is proven innocent, I will be happy to consider an ‘alteration’ to the article as well.  Until then, my condolences on the death of your ‘grandchild’ (who you never even bothered to call by name in your response, BTW).  Do you know his name, or do you always just refer to him as ‘the child’ or ‘grandchild’? That seems a little odd to me. His name was Carter. Have a nice day, dearie.

    7. Slander and libel are very difficult to prove in court as it is, and when people are piping off about accused criminals… yeah, you don’t stand a fucking chance, sweetie.  Run along now, you need your sleep before school tomorrow. 

    8. Condidering your RN reputation, should you really be judging Wood County Hospital?

      1. Let’s set the record straight. Kimillee isn’t Brian’s mother, she didn’t help raise him, in fact he was estranged from his father for many years partly because of Brian’s real mother. Nor did she help raise Brian’s brother but I’m sure her mothering and wisdom had something to do with his suicide. The only child she has is a great kid and very intellegent, but she shopped to find a doctor to prescribe a harsher of medications for the imaginary illnesses she says he has. She didn’t adopt any child as she was framed unfit. And I just have to say thank you to everyone who sees what she is and puts it in words. Makes me smile !!

  4. The_Shadow_Knows

    Wishing painful deaths on child murderers IS my hobby.

    1. libel
      1) n. to publish in print (including pictures), writing or broadcast through radio, television or film, an untruth about another which will do harm to that person or his/her reputation, by tending to bring the target into ridicule, hatred, scorn or contempt of others. Libel is the written or broadcast form of defamation, distinguished from slander, which is oral defamation. It is a tort (civil wrong) making the person or entity (like a newspaper, magazine or political organization) open to a lawsuit for damages by the person who can prove the statement about him/her was a lie. Publication need only be to one person, but it must be a statement which claims to be fact and is not clearly identified as an opinion. While it is sometimes said that the person making the libelous statement must have been intentional and malicious, actually it need only be obvious that the statement would do harm and is untrue. Proof of malice, however, does allow a party defamed to sue for general damages for damage to reputation, while an inadvertent libel limits the damages to actual harm (such as loss of business) called special damages. Libel per se involves statements so vicious that malice is assumed and does not require a proof of intent to get an award of general damages. Libel against the reputation of a person who has died will allow surviving members of the family to bring an action for damages. Most states provide for a party defamed by a periodical to demand a published retraction. If the correction is made, then there is no right to file a lawsuit. Governmental bodies are supposedly immune to actions for libel on the basis that there could be no intent by a non-personal entity, and further, public records are exempt from claims of libel. However, there is at least one known case in which there was a financial settlement as well as a published correction when a state government newsletter incorrectly stated that a dentist had been disciplined for illegal conduct. The rules covering libel against a “public figure” (particularly a political or governmental person) are special, based on U.S. Supreme Court decisions. The key is that to uphold the right to express opinions or fair comment on public figures, the libel must be malicious to constitute grounds for a lawsuit for damages. Minor errors in reporting are not libel, such as saying Mrs. Jones was 55 when she was only 48, or getting an address or title incorrect. 2) v. to broadcast or publish a written defamatory statement.

      1. Hey genius, if the cops have indicted someone and you provide a link and repeat a news story, that isn’t libel.

        Good Lord, repeating this stuff gets old.

        1. I totally agree with you! Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act provides protection for websites and the users who post on interactive forums.

          Whether the news reports are accurate or not, one of the reasons I come
          here is that it actually makes me feel better about the world today to
          know that people can still be affected and care about someone they don’t
          even know. This site would not exist if the people here didn’t care so
          much about the innocent children that get mentioned here. What happens
          to those children is often horrible beyond any reasonable belief, but
          rather than desensitize, it actually helps to restore my faith in
          humanity to see so many people so outraged and horrified at what can be
          done to precious angels who deserve so much better.

          I know that sounds incredibly off, but that’s how I see it … I’ve seen
          so many people who just don’t care. I’m glad the people here do.

          1. We care more than anyone can know. This shit isn’t a job. It’s certainly not a hobby…. anyone who can think about dead babies for a hobby has issues. We do this because we care. We want people to remember the babies and KNOW who is responsible for what happened to them.

            Thanks for reading and continuing to come back. We aren’t anything without our awesome readers!

      2. So? Wikipedia means you have a law degree?

      3. lol You don’t think Trench hasn’t heard all this before?

      4. You are a fucking moron. Libel is only allowed in a lawsuit if it can be proven. This article was written based upon tedious hours of research and with a few NEWS ARTICLES backing it up, so therefore, the judge will laugh you out of court.
        Last time I checked, an informative blog is deviod of any prosecution for stating its opinions on cases such as these.

  5. I’m pretty certain I know more about this situation than you idiots do.  You act as though accusation is fact.  My daughter-in-law is ACCUSED of this, not convicted.  There is a mighty big difference.  WE don’t even have a cause of death, yet you people, think you know it was murder?  Mighty stupid.  The media has lumped my grandson’s death in with these other deaths for sensationalism.  The prosecutor trumped up charges for political reasons based on absolutely no evidence.  How do you suppose they know about this “broken arm” without an autopsy report?  Reposting media reports that are factual accurrate is one thing.  Adding your editorial comment crosses a line.  What exactly do you get out of adding to my family’s suffering?  What do you think you are accomplishing?  Justice for MY grandchild?  If you had any decency, you would leave my family alone.  We don’t want or need your misguided opinions.  Keep it up, and I WILL find you and sue you for all you are worth. 

    1. Ever hear of X-rays? MRIs? Taking a LOOK at a limb and seeing that it is in an unnatural position? Not fucking rocket science.

    2. Oh, and you can’t sue for an editorial, which by definition, is an opinion. Maybe you should put all that energy into praying for your grandchild.

    3. We know, fuckhead. Everyone featured on this site is innocent and it’s all media sensationalism.

    4. This blog is adding to “your” suffering? What about the baby’s suffering?! No mention of that.  Go away if you don’t like it here. And look up DMCA internet laws, you might learn something.

    5.  You don’t need to perform an autopsy to get an x-ray, lady.  Your ignorance is showing again.  And you can’t sue me for posting my opinion, so bite me.  Sue me? BWAHAHAHAHA!  I won’t make you sue me, I’ll go ahead and give you half of everything I have, let’s see….that’ll be three kids, and half of my bills.  No, wait, you can’t have three of my kids, I want them to stay alive.  I guess you’ll have to sue me after all…. As for finding out where I live, good luck with that – the postman can’t even reliably find my address, so what makes you think you might be able to? LOL. Oh, and you still haven’t referred to Carter by name…why is that?

    6. Now who is guilty???  You Grand MA Steinmiller

    7. She will go down by Gerber, G BG Shark Attoney for the State of OHIO

    8. Are you still going to sue now that the truth has come out?

  6. Just so everyone on here is clearly warned:

    libel
    1) n. to publish in print (including pictures), writing or broadcast through radio, television or film, an untruth about another which will do harm to that person or his/her reputation, by tending to bring the target into ridicule, hatred, scorn or contempt of others. Libel is the written or broadcast form of defamation, distinguished from slander, which is oral defamation. It is a tort (civil wrong) making the person or entity (like a newspaper, magazine or political organization) open to a lawsuit for damages by the person who can prove the statement about him/her was a lie. Publication need only be to one person, but it must be a statement which claims to be fact and is not clearly identified as an opinion. While it is sometimes said that the person making the libelous statement must have been intentional and malicious, actually it need only be obvious that the statement would do harm and is untrue. Proof of malice, however, does allow a party defamed to sue for general damages for damage to reputation, while an inadvertent libel limits the damages to actual harm (such as loss of business) called special damages. Libel per se involves statements so vicious that malice is assumed and does not require a proof of intent to get an award of general damages. Libel against the reputation of a person who has died will allow surviving members of the family to bring an action for damages. Most states provide for a party defamed by a periodical to demand a published retraction. If the correction is made, then there is no right to file a lawsuit. Governmental bodies are supposedly immune to actions for libel on the basis that there could be no intent by a non-personal entity, and further, public records are exempt from claims of libel. However, there is at least one known case in which there was a financial settlement as well as a published correction when a state government newsletter incorrectly stated that a dentist had been disciplined for illegal conduct. The rules covering libel against a “public figure” (particularly a political or governmental person) are special, based on U.S. Supreme Court decisions. The key is that to uphold the right to express opinions or fair comment on public figures, the libel must be malicious to constitute grounds for a lawsuit for damages. Minor errors in reporting are not libel, such as saying Mrs. Jones was 55 when she was only 48, or getting an address or title incorrect. 2) v. to broadcast or publish a written defamatory statement.

    1. And just to “clearly warn” YOU before you waste your money on a lawyer, here are some of the applicable defenses against libel action:

      Statements made in good faith and reasonable belief that they are true are generally treated the same as true statements; however, the court may inquire into the reasonableness of the belief. The degree of care expected will vary with the nature of the defendant: an ordinary person might safely rely on a single newspaper report, while the newspaper would be expected to carefully check multiple sources.

      Opinion is a defense recognized in nearly every jurisdiction. If the allegedly defamatory assertion is an expression of opinion rather than a statement of fact, defamation claims usually cannot be brought because opinions are inherently not falsifiable.

      Mere vulgar abuse is an insult that is not necessarily defamatory because it is not intended to be taken literally or believed, or likely to cause real damage to a reputation.

      Fair comment on matters of public interest, arguments made with an honest belief in their soundness on a matter of public interest,  are defendable against a defamation claim even if such arguments are logically unsound; if a reasonable person could honestly entertain such an opinion, the statement is protected.

      Claimant is incapable of further defamation – e.g., the claimant’s position in the community is so poor that defamation could not do further damage to the plaintiff. Such a claimant could be said to be “libel-proof”, since in most jurisdictions, actual damage is an essential element for a libel claim. Essentially, the defense is that the person had such a bad reputation before the libel, that no further damage could possibly have been caused by the making of the statement.

      So my OPINION, expressed as MERE VERBAL ABUSE, is that you should go fuck yourself.

      1. I love you! Thanks.

      2. Death ruled homocide 

        1. Autopsy reveals severe head trauma on report,  still in jail :))

          1.  I HATE to say this…it makes me sick….the MOTHER IS OUT OF JAIL!! I could puke. Its public record and if you look at her court record, she got out on June 26th..DISGUSTING

          2. Out of Jail what the ?????????????????????????

      3. and fuck your self again and forget what family really means 

    2. Your threats mean NOTHING!

    3.  One Word: HOMICIDE……Three more words: ABUSIVE HEAD INJUIRES

    4. You should read what you just posted and apply it to yourself

    5. Just so we are clear…The Constitution guarantees our Freedom of Speech. The beauty of this country is we are entitled to an opinion and have the Freedom to express it in ant way, shape or form that we desire! So stuff that up your fat ass!!!

  7. Working for CPS has given me a new appreciation for doctors and Child Welfare workers and the absolute conviction that every abuser has the same three stories, and thinks everyone is as stupid as they are.

  8. Wow! So, Grand-monster comes on here to defend Rebecca AFTER she lost her grandchild due to neglect. Awesome. And this bitch thinks anyone here is worried about libel?? I think we’re all just a bit more concerned with those little defenseless human beings… which is more than I can say for you, Kimilee. P.s. Your daughter should be sterilized. Lil Rebecca ain’t no saint: http://www.toledoblade.com/frontpage/2012/05/11/Mother-of-3-month-old-boy-who-died-arrested-for-child-endangering.html
    Domestic violence in 2008, violating community control in 2011… dropped charges for receiving stolen property (2008), conspiracy to commit murder & attempted robbery (2011). And, if you want to come on here and defend her because some of the charges were dropped, you can go fuck yourself – it speaks to her character and choice of people she associates with. And, if you check out the comments below the article, there are people who knew her when she was younger and said she was always bad news. UGH. Go away you trolling-psycho-abuse-enabling-POS.

    1. Doh… someone got schooled, oh and nice neck tattoo Rebecca… that is always a sign of class.

      1. Grandmonster also has tatoos and several diseases

    2. Oh SNAP! Today… I worship YOU!

      1. I worship YOU most of the time. I usually don’t have to get involved, but this bitch just pushed me over the edge. My ninja keyboard skills went into action 🙂

        1. Oh, please get involved. I think I have a crush on you.

          1. I think I already had a secret crush on you. Lol. The way you so vehemently defend children, use proper punctuation, grammar, and spelling, and put trolling abuser defending fuck-tards (yes, I learned that word at BB) kind of turns me on.

          2. Oh, my. I’m so flattered right now. You are 100% correct. I have spent countless hours crying over children that I have no DNA in common with and have never met. I refuse to let ANYONE defend ANY person that abuses, rapes or murders a child of any age.

            So glad you’re here. Your the reason I keep coming back.

    3. The Grandmonster is sick and sues obsessively for foster children to support her sick mind 

  9. First off, let me apologize for my persistence… I guess I woke up in a foul mood and decided to go trolling for trolls. In any case, here’s a little more info on our innocent lil Rebecca’s (formerly, Rebecca Meredith) attempted murder charges related to drug deal gone bad… so, how about you try to convince me that Rebecca’s “nap” didn’t haven anything to do with being a strung out drug addict?? Anyone willing to retract their comments about our little angel here? I’m thinking maybe a mother of the year award? Fuck. Why do people like this reproduce?
    http://www.toledoblade.com/Police-Fire/2008/08/27/Trio-in-B-G-accused-of-murder-conspiracy.html

    1. I love love love our readers.

  10. I’m having a little boy in September…and I vow that every time I hold him, nurse him, bathe him, sing to him…that I will think of baby Carter, and all the little ones who have lost their lives due to incompetent and neglectful “parents” such as these….
    I really do hate it when a “friend” or a “relative” comes to this site and defends said “parent” or “caregiver”, because that tells me that they could have given two shits less about the child that died or was maliciously abused. Angel, you have a point on the grandmother’s post…If I were to have been an selfish birth vessel like Rebecca, my mother would have never defended me. NEVER. She would have been asking for the court to fry me or let me rot. Being the oldest of seven kids, and NONE of us were neglected, I assure you, my mother is a huge supporter of LIFE. She instilled those morals and beliefs in every one of her children, including myself.
    There are people out there that can’t have children, and here these monsters are, treating their precious babies like shit….it sickens me!
    Let me tell ya something, “Granny”, fuck your daughter-in-law. I hope she rots in hell. Being Carter’s mother, she was responsible for all of his needs, and she FAILED. Your grandson, CARTER, is DEAD because of what she failed to do, which was PROTECT, LOVE, AND CHERISH him. Screw your suffering too, because if you are able to get on this site and complain about the big, bad commentors saying bad things about that abusive c***, it tells me that you never really gave a fuck about Carter.

  11. http://www.13abc.com/story/18246677/2012/04/03/9-1-1-call-released-from-bg-infants-death

    check out the 911 call…calm at first, then freaking out…and she’s the daughter of the Fire Cheif? She should know CPR…and a nap at 9 p.m.? Sounds suspicious.

  12. Coroner: B.G. baby’s death is a homicide

    BLADE STAFFBOWLING GREEN — The death of a 3-month-old baby boy who died under suspicious circumstances on May 5 was ruled a homicide Thursday by Wood County Coroner Dr. Douglas Hess.Abusive head trauma was listed as Carter Steinmiller’s cause of death.Although no one has been charged with causing the infant’s death, his mother, Rebecca Steinmiller, 25, of rural Bowling Green was indicted in May by a Wood County grand jury on one count of endangering children.Wood County Prosecutor Paul Dobson said at the time that Mrs. Steinmiller knew her son’s arm was broken for at least four days before his death but failed to seek medical attention for him or notify law enforcement.Mr. Dobson said Thursday that with the coroner’s report, more charges could be filed in the case.RELATED CONTENT: Blade 2012 Homicide Report”We’re evaluating the full report right now, and I would anticipate that from the information we’ve got — there’s not a whole lot left in our investigation — if anything is going to happen it would likely happen soon,” he said.About 5:50 p.m. May 5, Mrs. Steinmiller called 911 crying and saying her baby was not breathing, that she and her husband, Brian Steinmiller, could not resuscitate him.”I need an ambulance right away,” she told the dispatcher. “I just woke up from my nap, and my husband found my baby vomited. We’re trying to resuscitate him. We can’t get him to breathe, and I just woke up from my nap.”The baby was transported by ambulance from the couple’s Brim Road mobile home to Wood County Hospital where he was pronounced dead.Mrs. Steinmiller is being held in the Wood County jail on a $10,000 bond from Bowling Green Municipal Court where she failed to appear for a hearing on a community control violation from an unrelated case.

  13. Do people realize this monster of a mother is OUT OF JAIL right now?? Im sickened. Read her public court documents!!!!!!!  What is wrong with our legal system

  14. The Dad has a rap sheet too long and the Grandpa B Steinmiller is a known domestic abuse pervert.  

  15. Wow..Kimilee Steinmiller…your son was arrested right out of your home today for MURDER of you grandson.  SICK DISGUSTING PIG. May he rot the rest of his life in Jail. As for the mother of the child, she is FREE ON BOND. Go figure.  I hope they both rot in jail.

  16. Talk about abuse…..we should look at Grandma Kimilee.  She has been a delusional lying RN for years.  Many of us in the Toledo area have been forced to work with her over the years and we know what a liar she is.  Its no wonder her child is now abusing his children….its what he grew up with (but that’s no excuse for what he did.)  Hope fully he goes to prison for the rest of his life and someone moves to have your license revoked.  I also hope they do something permanent to the mother so she never has anymore children.

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