The guy from Cobb, Georgia, tossed his two young children into the barbed fence while fleeing away from the arrest of the local police.
The 34-year-old father named Deandrea Trevon Leonard was charged with misconduct after he pushed the children in South Cobb Drive on Sunday at around 5 in the night. Leonard threw his one-year-old son and four-year-old girl into the barbed wire fence that was circling an industrial area in the 4600 blocks of South Cobb Drive.
The police records alleged that both the kids sustained lesser injuries after both the kids were caught in another side of the fence. The other side of the fence was difficult, and police recovered the children sometime later.
The police revealed up after they noticed Leonard forcing his kids down the stroller and told him to stop his movements. The cops then told him to stop for various times, but he sprinted with the stroller, later reaching near his kids, he took them and threw towards the 7 feet high metal fence. After throwing them on another side, he kept maintaining his run. The police then arrested the suspect when he ran around a quarter-mile away from his initial spot.
The father is soon locked down behind the bars of Cobb County Jail, but when the police asked about him shortly after his arrest, he thought them with false names and birthdate. Now, he has been charged with child torture, blocking of pedestrian and law enforcement, and giving false identification. He has been held at $22,220 bail on the County Jail.