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Suspicious death of boy who “fell off a pogo stick”

Death of boy, 7, who fell off pogo stick treated as suspicious

Pogo stick death: Mother waited 24 hours before calling paramedics

pogo stick

Pogo stick rider using appropriate safety gear and riding outside.

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of 7 year old Levai Bonnar, from Oatley in Sydney’s south, who reportedly fell off his pogo stick and died of a head injury. It started out as a seemingly innocent accident, but police now have reason to believe that this is a homicide (whether directly or indirectly caused by someone’s actions).

According to his mum, Kayla James, Levai was riding on his pogo stick inside their Mulga Road flat on Monday morning when he fell off, hit his head and lost consciousness. She said he stayed like that, but was still breathing at 10.30pm when she checked up on him. On Tuesday morning, Kayla woke up at 6.15am and found Levai was not breathing and had no pulse. She rang 000, 24 hours after Levai had hit his head, and the ambos pronounced him dead at 6.30am.

Just process that for a bit. Kayla did not seek medical help after her son was KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS! That is why the police think this is suspicious. She did not seek help for her injured child and her inaction cost Levai his life. Head injuries are not something that will “go away”, you need to seek medical help when one happens. Everybody knows that. And who the fuck lets their kid play with a pogo stick inside?? Roller skates/blades, bikes, pogo sticks etc. are outside toys. Not only did Levai hit his head from bouncing around in such a cramped space, he would have destroyed stuff or knocked over his siblings too.

Police reviewed footage from a nearby CCTV camera and found that Kayla’s partner, Kodi James Maybir, was quickly disposing of rubbish in the 15 min timeframe between Kayla finding Levi and the ambos arriving. Hmmm, why was disposing of that rubbish the most important thing at that exact moment? “Oh honey, my poor son is dead, can you please do a quick tidy up before the ambos get here?” Luckily the police found that nugget, because they’ll be rummaging through the bins and they might just hit paydirt, such as bloodied clothing, a possible murder weapon, and other interesting gems.

I very highly doubt that Levai’s injuries were caused by “falling off a pogo stick” and Kayla’s story just doesn’t add up. Firstly, you do not ride a pogo stick inside. There’s just not enough room in a regular house, let alone a flat. Secondly she waited for over 24 hours to call an ambulance, and then only because Levai was dead. If it really was a fall from a pogo stick, she would have called an ambulance straightaway, because a fall from a pogo stick is an accident. This long stretch of time between when Levai was knocked unconscious and when Kayla actually got medical help (which by then it was too late for him) indicates that Kayla and Kodi may have something to hide about what really killed Levai. Police are looking at forensic evidence and trying to piece together a timeline of what happened. An autopsy will also be performed on Levai.  Good luck trying to get any clues from Kayla, who didn’t call for help for her little boy, who instructed her boyfriend to throw away rubbish (read: evidence) before the ambulance arrived and who may very well be spraying bullshit everywhere to cover her own arse or her boyfriend’s.

The family is known to DoCS, meaning that there has been previous complaints against Kayla and/or Kodi. Kayla separated from Levai’s father and went to live in a caravan park with Levai and his siblings before moving to the flat in Oatley with Kodi.

Rest in Peace little Levai. Bounce in Heaven.

What happened to Isabella Leiper?

Isabella Leiper inquest suspended

Inquest hears triple-0 call after child’s death

Girl’s inquest told dad hurt baby son 22 years ago | Newcastle Herald (This page has been removed since the inquest was suspended. However, it’s been published in the Thursday edition of the Newcastle Herald. Like Trench says, you can’t unring the bell)

An inquest is being held into the suspicious death of Isabella Leiper (9). Young Isabella suffered from cerebral palsy, which restricted her movements and meant that she needed 24-hour care. On the afternoon of June 17, 2011, Isabella was found dead in her bed by her Dad in their Clarence Town, NSW home No one else except her father was home at the time. Dad had to run to a local business to call 000 and report that he’d found Isabella dead. Now, I’m a regular visitor to Clarence Town. My dear uncle lives there. It’s a small country town, but my uncle has a landline and a mobile. I can get mobile coverage in Clarence Town and I’m with one of the crappy mobile carriers. I think it’s very unusual that Dad had to go to a local shop to use their phone to make the call.

An autopsy revealed that she’d died from multiple internal injuries caused by blunt force trauma. The coroner suggested that they might have been caused by a closed fist. Seeing as Isabella was wheelchair bound, this couldn’t be caused by a fall from regular playing. Or horse riding. Someone hit her or stomped on her to cause those injuries.

What’s been published in the Newcastle Herald but has been removed since the inquest was suspended, was that Isabella’s dad caused the death of her older brother when he was a baby. On a trip to Newcastle 22 years ago, Mr Leiper was sick of the baby boy’s crying and threw him into a bassinet. The baby boy subsequently died of head injuries. I can’t tell you if he was charged or not, until I can get a hold of the hard copy of the article again. The Herald have taken down the online article, but the original article was published in Thursday’s edition of the paper and is still circulating Newcastle and the Hunter. (Skye, do you have Thursday’s edition of the Herald? I had a copy at work, but forgot to clip out the article and take it with me)

The latest news on Thursday was that the NSW deputy coroner was suspending the inquest until new evidence can be gathered. All of the witnesses (4) had been interviewed. She said that she was satisfied that there was enough evidence capable of convincing a jury that a “known person” had committed a serious offence. In other words, they have a suspect and they know that a crime was committed. The evidence has been passed on to public prosecutions to consider whether charges will be laid.

It doesn’t take a genius to put 2 and 2 together. Dad has a violent temper, as proven by the incident with Isabella’s brother. Isabella was vulnerable and needed so much time and resources for her care. All it could have taken is Isabella needing a drink or to be taken to the toilet or even giving Dad a mouthful of cheek and that would have caused him to snap and hit her. Hopefully they can get enough evidence to nail the bastard and put him away in jail for a very very long time. Abusing a child is bad enough, but when that kid has a disability and NEEDS that person to help them with basic bodily functions, and that person turns around and abuses them, that is just a whole new low. Not to mention that this bastard already killed a baby because he couldn’t control his temper, I don’t know why his wife stayed on to have more children with him for him to kill. She probably thought it was an “accident”. Well, no. Hurting a baby because you can’t control your temper is not an accident.

Isabella was much loved at her school and a touching obituary was written in the school newsletter. All the kids miss her and feel her loss very keenly. As yet another angel departs this world, we at BB too feel her loss.

Rest in Peace, Isabella. You are no longer restricted in your movements. Run, skip, play as you never did before. Be free.

Suspicious death of toddler in Queensland

Family in dark over death of Kyhesha-Lee Joughin, 3, at Petrie

A toddler has been found dead in her home at Petrie, QLD and no one knows how she got like that.

Killara Place

Matthew Williamson

Little Kyhesha-Lee Joughin (3) was found lifeless in her bedroom over the Easter long weekend. Her father, Matthew Williamson, attempted CPR to no avail. Police searched their Petrie flat, dusting for fingerprints on the windowsill, fossicking for clues as to who was in their home and how the little girl died.

Dad is naturally devastated. He had sole custody of Kyhesha-Lee and had her name tattooed on his left arm. Her first words were “Dad”, according to her uncle Jarrod Williamson. So, a loving devoted Dad who would never in a million years harm his baby girl. But some bits of the story don’t quite add up…

Uncle told the Australian that his brother fell asleep on the lounge, but someone was looking after Kyhesha-Lee. “Someone”, huh? Not Nan or Uncle or Aunty? Just “someone”? Secondly, the family didn’t know who else was in the flat that night. Um, say what? How can you not know who else is in your home? Especially when you have a young child? This sounds like (and I could be wrong here) that Dad was having a party and had invited a few mates around. Nothing wrong with that. Except when you have a small child that needs to be looked after. Alcohol does not even begin to enter the equation until your child is secured with a sober babysitter, preferably away from the party venue. So, back to my theory. Dad has had enough tinnies of beer or Woodstock or whatever and crashes on the lounge, assuming that one of his mates will look after his daughter. This is where it can get hairy, because an autopsy hasn’t been performed yet to determine cause of death. One of Dad’s mates (maybe) got sick of Kyhesha crying or whatever and hit her. Kyhesha (maybe) wasn’t supervised and climbed onto something and fell, or stuck something in a power point or ate something poisonous. Or she died of natural causes (late SIDS, undetected heart defect etc.) Those are just theories based on the facts. Maybe they’re all wrong, but we won’t know until an autopsy is done.

Last night, Petrie detectives travelled to Grafton, northern NSW, to question a man who was present that night and may have been able to help with the investigation. He wasn’t able to help, but he was charged with unrelated traffic offences including driving an unregistered and uninsured* car, and driving while disqualified. Not a murderer, but also not someone you would want around your child either. No extradition orders have been placed on this fellow.

Meanwhile the investigation is continuing. An autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death, and police spent the long weekend sweeping the flat for clues and questioning neighbours. If it comes out that Kyhesha did indeed die from natural causes, I am more than happy to pull the post. But for now, it’s looking very suspicious. Dad definitely didn’t kill her, but his lack of supervision and/or choice of mates may have contributed to her death. More details soon.

Kyhesha-Lee Joughin

Rest in Peace little Kyhesha-Lee Joughin. I wish you could tell us what happened to you.

 

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