Suspect arrested in assault on 4-month-old:
Man Arrested for Rape, Abusing Baby:
Police in Albuquerque, New Mexico, have arrested 19-year-old Elijah Fernandez for the alleged brutal beating and rape of his girlfriend’s 4-month-old daughter.
Reports say that the girl’s mother was at a relatives doing laundry when Fernandez violently attacked the infant. When the baby girl stopped breathing he took her to one of his girlfriend’s relatives in the home and originally said that the baby fell off the table while he was changing her diaper. Except when the baby was taken to the hospital that’s not what they found.Medical staff not only found evidence of a beating but that the girl was sexually violated as well.
When questioned by police Fernandez is said to have eventually admitted to the beating saying that he struck the baby after the baby cried and woke him up and he was upset about not having any money. The reason that he might not have any money is that Fernandez and the baby mama are spice smokers. For those of you who are unfamiliar with spice it’s supposed to be a synthetic equivalent to weed but has been known to have some nasty side effects.
The state Children, Youth and Families Department had been previously called to the home but not because of abuse issues even though there is some evidence that this may not have been the first time the baby had been hit.
At last report the baby was in the hospital on life support.
Something that makes even less sense to me than hitting a child is why this fuckstick would rape an infant like that. Was his rage that all-consuming that he felt it was necessary to violate a child in the most sadistic way possible? We can only hope that he gets tenfold back to him in prison.
Thanks to Anna for the tip.
6-Month-Old Found Covered In Feces, Gagged With Used Baby Wipe
Child Found Covered In Dried Feces
I’m gonna start this story by thanking JJ for posting it in the Open Thread. This story is all things BB – Drunk, skanky mom, dirty baby, CYFD (CPS) failure, you name it. Wow.
Police were called to the Albuquerque, New Mexico home of 31-year-old Michelle Charley on Tuesday to do a welfare check after she reportedly called a school social worker, claiming that she was too drunk to pick her child(ren) up from school. She was home when officers arrived and was extremely intoxicated, in bed with a man she met at a gas station earlier in the day, and surrounded by empty beer bottles. Besides the mid-day drunken boinkfest, police found Charley’s 6-month-old son covered from head to toe in feces and was gagged with a used baby wipe. *puke* Does it get any nastier?
Here’s where I have most of my questions about Skankzilla. 2 of the children she had custody of were her niece and nephew, yet this isn’t her first run in with Children, Youth and Families Department. How does someone that is CLEARLY not fit to own a goldfish get custody of children that aren’t hers? FAIL! CYFD visited Charley’s home in 2005 and 2007 for child neglect. The 2007 case came after police found her daughter outside of the police station after she wandered away from home. Being as she is Native American, tribal services elected to take over those cases. FAIL!! It seems that history may repeat itself on this one. Hopefully that do a better job of protecting these children.
APD: Mother smothered buried boy twice:
NM mom charged with killing son on the playground:
I wasn’t going to do this story. I hate this story. It’s one of those stories that make me want to quit. Plus it’s been covered ad nauseam and I like to post stories that don’t get as much mainstream attention. However since so many of you sent this story in I’ll comply. That’s not really a complaint. I’m nothing without my readers.
Anyway most of you know the story already out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. 23-year-old Tiffany Toribio is accused of killing her 3-year-old son Tyruss “Ty” Toribio. Ty was found partially buried in a playground and for a week police were asking if anyone knew the boy. Toribo was kicked out of both her mother’s house and a friends house allegedly because she was ignoring her own son. She and her son were then wandering the streets. I’m going to let the article do the rest of the talking because I don’t know if I can type it out.
The police chief said Toribio told detectives that she suffocated her son in Alvarado Park before dawn on May 13 by putting her hand over his mouth and nose. She said she had second thoughts and performed CPR on the boy, resuscitating him, but reconsidered and smothered him again. Investigators said she then buried him under the climbing gym’s hanging bridge, where the body was found two days later.
“What makes this story especially sad was when asked the reason why she took Ty’s life, Tiffany said that she did not want him to grow up with no one caring about him the same way that she had grown up with no one caring about her,” said Police Chief Ray Schultz, his eyes watery and his voice thick with emotion.
I have a lot of daggers I’d like to throw right now but I’m not going to. Instead I’m going to send well wishes to the men and women of the Albuquerque Police Department who had to deal with such an atrocity.
Thanks to everyone who sent in tips, especially to Misty.