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Beating is not enough, you gotta bite too??
« on: October 10, 2023, 01:57:51 PM »
Should've just abort, put the baby up for adoption or drop it off at a fire station... :idiot2::

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Arizona couple arrested after newborn hospitalized with broken bones, bite marks

PHOENIX - A man and a woman are accused of child abuse after a newborn was hospitalized with multiple broken bones and bite marks.

According to court documents, detectives responded to Phoenix Children's Hospital on Aug. 1 after a two-month-old was brought to the hospital with several fractures and bite marks on an arm and a leg. The child's parents, 24-year-old James Lawson III and 21-year-old Stephanie Komphabay, were interviewed but reportedly couldn't explain the child's injuries.

Investigators obtained a search warrant on Lawson's and Komphabay's cell phones and found pictures of injuries to the child dating back to July 1.

"These injuries consisted of bruises to the face, swelling to an eye, bloody lip, and an abrasion on the forehead," court documents read.

Investigators say after examining the data on Lawson's phone, he had previously searched "If you choke baby hit the head get lump" and "can you put ice on newborn head." Lawson allegedly claimed that the injuries were from the child "fighting him and scratching herself."

Before the newborn was brought to Phoenix Children's on Aug. 1, Komphabay took the child to a pediatrician for a swollen leg. While at the pediatrician's office, Lawson allegedly told Komphabay "do not tell anyone" and to "keep her mouth shut" regarding the child's injuries.





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