Crime Woman Who Allegedly Dumped Newborn Son in Trash Can Now Charged with Attempted Murder
‘He Cooked the Heart with Potatoes’: Man Accused of Heinous Triple Murder in Oklahoma
A convicted felon in Oklahoma who had recently been paroled is now accused of murdering a neighbor, cooking the victim's heart, and then murdering his uncle and a 4-year-old girl at a home where he had been staying on Feb. 9. The post ‘He Cooked the Heart with Potatoes’: Man Accused of Heinous Triple Murder in Oklahoma first appeared on Law & Crime.Lawrence Paul Anderson, 42, allegedly admitted that he murdered 41-year-old mother of two Andrea Lynn Blankenship in her home and cut out her heart to cook it and eat it.
A woman in Boston, Massachusetts allegedly dumped her newborn son in a street-side trash can after giving birth to him in an acquaintance’s bathroom. Marie Merisier, 33, was arraigned Monday for charges including attempted murder, according to.
This case stems from the discovery of the infant on Friday afternoon. Local woman Silvana Sanchez said she heard crying from the can. She found nearby EMS, who checked it out.
“He grabbed a grocery bag out of the trash can,” she. “Two other EMTs came over, cut the bag open, it was a newborn baby found inside of it.”
The boy is said to be in good care with the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families. Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins said she checked on the baby on Saturday, saying she was glad to find “nurses pampering, spoiling, and singing to, feeding and generally pouring love and affection into this beautiful child.”
Two Men Killed Missing Woman Conzuelo ‘Nicole’ Solorio-Romero Because She ‘Knew Too Much’: Authorities
They had been questioning her about what she told police regarding another individual, who had been taken into federal custody, authorities said. The post Two Men Killed Missing Woman Conzuelo ‘Nicole’ Solorio-Romero Because She ‘Knew Too Much’: Authorities first appeared on Law & Crime.Two men who allegedly killed missing Utah woman Conzuelo “Nicole” Solorio-Romero did it because she “knew too much,” according to charging documents obtained by The Salt Lake Tribune. They had been questioning her about what she told police regarding another individual, who had been taken into federal custody, authorities said.
She highlighted the state’s Safe Haven Act, which lets parents to legally give up newborn babies who are up to seven days old at any hospital, police station, or manner fire station.
The newborn’s mother is in a different kind of care. The judge set bond at $100,000 in her arraignment on Monday. The defendant is charged with endangerment of a child in addition to attempted murder. Prosecutors said that a pregnant Merisier had been at the apartment of a 73-year-old acquaintance to cook and clean.
She allegedly went to his bathroom for an hour. The acquaintance said he heard a baby crying. In this account, she stepped out of the bathroom holding a brown leader bag. The man heard cries from side the bag. He said he could call an ambulance. Merisier said no, and left. The man called 911 anyway.
Suspect Charged with Hate Crimes After Allegedly Stabbing Asian Man in the Back in New York
Police in New York, New York say a man allegedly stabbed another in what charges indicate was a racist attack. The post Suspect Charged with Hate Crimes After Allegedly Stabbing Asian Man in the Back in New York first appeared on Law & Crime.Police in New York, New York say a man allegedly stabbed another in what charges indicate was a racist attack. Salman Muflihi, 23, was charged Thursday with attempted murder as a hate crime, and assault as a hate crime, according to NBC New York. The victim is Asian, and this incident follows a spate of such bias incidents amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The trash can in questionon Dorchester Avenue. Merisier initially denied putting the newborn in the barrel, but changed her story, saying she believed the child was dead, prosecutors said.
Her public defender Cristina Rodrigues construed this as a case of desperation, and mental health challenges. She argued for her client, who was laid off from restaurant work at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, to be released on personal cognizance under house arrest and GPS monitoring, so the defendant so can have access to mental health treatment and evaluation in regard to pregnancy.
“This case involves an impossible, complicated set of questions about mental health, pre-partum and post-partum, hormonal, emotional and mental health crises,” the attorney said during arraignment.
The judge sided with the prosecution, who said that the defendant, who is a Milton, Massachusetts resident originally from Haiti, had no local ties.
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