A Tallahassee lady is in the slammer for disturbed kid maltreatment in the wake of being blamed for beating a 4-year-old kid with a belt, leaving him with open injuries all over and a “golf ball estimated knock” on his head.
As per a reasonable justification record, the Tallahassee Police Department got a report of a youngster misuse occurrence on Feb. 20. At the point when officials showed up on the scene, they addressed the individual who detailed the occurrence.
The individual told officials before that morning the 4-year-old youngster showed up at childcare with gauzes all over. A nourishment administration laborer additionally caught the unfortunate casualty telling other youngsters that he was “challenged in light of the fact that he was awful.”
Police say the youngster was then brought to the workplace. Reports state the Department of Children Families and law implementation were called and the unfortunate casualty’s folks were reached.
Because of the unfortunate casualty’s age, he was not met or addressed by law implementation.
The youngster was shipped to Capital Regional Medical Center for his wounds, which incorporated a “golf ball measured knock” on his head, expanding around the injured individual’s left and right orbital attachments and a few open cuts and wounds all over.
During the examination, TPD’s Special Victims Unit reacted to CRMC to talk with the family.
After the injured individual was therapeutically cleared from the emergency clinic, archives state the young man was shipped to the Children’s Home Society for additional assessment.
Police say the youngster told a caseworker that he got a “challenging” by his relative since he didn’t stand up when he was advised to do as such. The kid clarified that he was hit “all over the place” with the belt, including his face and head.
After the beating, the unfortunate casualty said the suspect, distinguished by the kid’s mom as 27-year-old Victoria Robinson, put gauzes over his wounds and guided him to dress for school.
A clinical assessment at CHS established that the kid’s wounds appeared to be predictable with being hit with a belt.
In view of the proof, Robinson was captured and shipped to the Leon County Detention Facility on Sunday. She is being hung on a $25,000 bond for disturbed youngster misuse.