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CrimeGrand Prairie Woman Indicted, Accused Of Intentionally Setting 5-Year-Old Stepdaughter’s Face On Fire

00:15  27 july  2019
00:15  27 july  2019 Source:   dfw.cbslocal.com

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GRAND PRAIRIE , Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A Grand Prairie woman who is accused of intentionally setting her stepdaughter ’ s face on fire has been indicted by the Dallas County grand jury. Dalia Jimenez, 20, is charged with knowingly causing serious bodily injury to a child after police said she

accused of setting her 5 - year - old stepdaughter on fire to punish her for yelling was indicted Grand Prairie officers responded May 13 to a report that a child had been burned and was in need she had intentionally poured the rubbing alcohol and used a lighter to set ignite it to punish the child.

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A Grand Prairie woman who is accused of intentionally setting her stepdaughter’s face on fire has been indicted by the Dallas County grand jury.

Grand Prairie Woman Indicted, Accused Of Intentionally Setting 5-Year-Old Stepdaughter’s Face On Fire© Provided by CBS Local, a division of CBS Radio IncDalia Jimenez (credit: Grand Prairie Police Department)

Dalia Jimenez, 20, is charged with knowingly causing serious bodily injury to a child after police said she poured rubbing alcohol on the 5-year-old’s face and set her on fire.

On May 13, officers responded to a call about a child who had been burned. According to police, Jimenez told officers that the child was burned in an accident while lighting a candle.

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A Grand Prairie , Dallas, police statement Friday says 20- year - old Dalia Jimenez is charged with felony injury to a child and free on ,000 bond. A suburban Dallas woman has been charged after police say she doused her five - year - old stepdaughter ' s face with rubbing alcohol and set it on fire .

Grand Prairie woman indicted , accused of setting stepdaughter ’ s face on fire . A Grand Prairie woman who told police she punished her 5 - year - old stepdaughter by lighting part of her face on fire was indicted on an injury to a child charge Monday, according to Dallas County online court records.

During the investigation, police found inconsistencies in her version of the story. She ultimately confessed to pouring the rubbing alcohol on the child’s face and using a lighter to set the alcohol on fire.

Police said the child suffered burns on both sides of her cheeks, below her jawline and on her shoulder.

According to police, the 5-year-old’s burns were left untreated for two days.

The child and a younger sibling were removed from the home. Police said the girl’s father wasn’t home at the time of the incident.

Jimenez was later released on a $20,000 bond. She was indicted for the incident earlier this week.

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