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Crime Houston dad admits he ‘lost his temper,’ fatally struck 2-year-old son during potty training

00:34  30 july  2020
00:34  30 july  2020 Source:   nydailynews.com

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Pictured, Antonio Hicks Sr Houston father beats 2 year old toddler son to death during potty training . A Houston , Texas father is facing upgraded charges after allegedly beating his 2 year old son after becoming agitated with the boy during potty training , only for the son to fatally succumb

A Houston man is in jail after being accused of hitting his 2 - year - old son during potty training , according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. A Houston man is accused of beating his toddler son Saturday in apparent frustration over potty training in the hours before the boy’s death, authorities

A Houston dad remained in custody Wednesday after he allegedly snapped and fatally beat his 2-year-old son during potty training over the weekend.

a man looking at the camera: Antonio Devonte Hicks © Harris County Sheriff's Office Antonio Devonte Hicks

Antonio Devonte Hicks Sr., 21, brought the unresponsive child, Antonio Hicks Jr., to Houston Northwest Emergency Room for medical treatment on Saturday afternoon, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said.

“Emergency Room staff immediately observed multiple injuries, both recent and healing, not consistent with the father’s story about how his son was injured,” the sheriff’s department said in a statement.

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According to KTRK-TV, Antonio Hicks Sr., 21, of Houston , was arrested over the weekend after he grew angry about 2 - year - old Antonio Hicks Jr.'s potty training and Stock photo of a prison corridor. A Texas father is behind bars in connection with the beating death of his toddler son , authorities said.

According to KTRK-TV, Antonio Hicks Sr., 21, of Houston , was arrested over the weekend after he grew angry about 2 - year - old Antonio Hicks Jr.'s potty training and struck the boy The elder Hicks initially was booked on child injury and illegal dumping charges, according to Harris County jail records.

Homicide investigators responded to the scene and interviewed both the dad and the toddler’s mother, Ariauna Washington.

“Both admitted that Hicks, Sr. had lost his temper with the child during potty training and struck the child multiple times, causing him to become unresponsive,” the sheriff’s statement said.

Hicks was arrested and charged with causing the child serious bodily injury.

“(The) charges are expected to be upgraded pending autopsy results,” the sheriff’s department said.

Relatives and neighbors created a makeshift memorial for the toddler outside his residence, bringing balloons, candles and a large stuffed toy from his favorite show, “Paw Patrol,” according to ABC13.

“We mattered to people when we were kids, so every kid should have at least a chance at life,” the toddler’s uncle Kali Brown told the station.

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