Since lately, I have been doing regular posts about Momsters, I thought it would be an interesting switch to have a look at some Disgusting Dads.
Reports say police saw DeSimone get into a parked car and hand over cash in exchange for cocaine. When he returned to his car, with his son still inside, he was arrested. Police seized .5 grams of cocaine and 3.5 grams of marijuana.
He was charged with possession of both drugs.
His son was released to a family member.
Errick Noe Rios has been charged with one felony count of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, two felony counts of third degree assault and one felony count of domestic assault by strangulation. Who did he assault you ask, well a 4-month-old baby, of course…why else would he be featured here?
Police were called to check on the welfare of an infant on July 25th, when they arrived Rios allowed them in and they found the baby covered in layers of blankets and clothing in a hot, muggy room and sporting facial bruises, a bite mark, scabs on its chest and back and finger mark bruises on its tummy. Mother Effer!
After giving the usual array of excuses for the bruising, Rios admitted to hitting the baby because he would not stop crying, punching him in the mouth and picking him up by his torso so hard he’d leave marks. He also admitted him and his wife and taken the baby to hospital in the past due to his abusive behavior and that it needed to stop. Really genius, you think?
Rios also admitted to becoming angry with the baby the night of his birth and hit him four or five times and squeezed his stomach. He went on to further to confess to biting the baby’s face and putting his little mouth over and faucet and turning it on. It doesn’t end there, he also admitted to engaging in criminal sexual conduct with the baby.
An examination showed the baby had three cracked ribs in addition to bruising and scratching.
If convicted Rios faces more than 40 years in prison and $65,000 in fines.
Maurice Brown Sr. told police he fell asleep for a few hours and when he awoke his son was gone and the door was open. He claimed his son was kidnapped. However, a witness told police they saw Brown Sr. leaving his apartment with a child draped over his shoulder and walking towards a parking lot between 7 and 8 pm that Sunday.
Police found evidence of spattered and pooled blood in the man’s bathroom, consistent with a beating. Detectives said “Based upon the age of the missing child, the blood evidence in the bathroom, which is consistent with blunt force trauma, the affiant has probable cause to believe the child sustained serious bodily injury.”
The ME determined cause of death as blunt force trauma.
Brown Sr. was originally charged with child neglect or endangerment; those charges have since been upgraded to first-degree murder.
Thanks to all the tipsters.