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Moms 19 Year Old Thug Boyfriend Murders Her 2 Year Old Child That She Left In His Care! (Video)

Moms 19 Year Old Thug Boyfriend Murders Her 2 Year Old Child That She Left In His Care! (Video)

by September 28, 2017 0 comments

Leave The Kids With Anyone I Guess!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

So, my baby decided to send me a story via IG that she just felt was right in line with the things that I speak of (Now for those of you who know, know that she used to hate my guts before she became a champion of my work)

The story that she sent me was about a womans 19 year old live in boyfriend that she decided to let keep her baby while she went god knows where.  At the end of this baby sitting session for the baby that mom was screwing, the mothers 2 year old child ended up dead from a skull fracture.

Moms boyfriend is now arrested for the crime so lets see what I have to say about it???

The question that needs to be asked now is, why does the mothers information get treated differently than the child? I mean, we know the childs name, we know the boyfriends name but we seem to be keeping the moms name a damn secret, WHY IS THAT?

Also, can someone tell me how old the mother is as well for her to be having a 2 year old child with a 19 year old boyfriend it would be very crazy if we find out that the chick is not only older but way older than this boy!

This is a boy who again probably got frustrated just like these women claim to have happen when they keep a kid by themselves so why would we not think that way about this young man and what he may have went through trying to take care of a kid that isn’t his when truly he is just a kid himself anyway!

 

2-year-old Hoover girl dead from skull fracture; mother’s boyfriend charged with murder

A 2-year-old Hoover girl is dead and police now say she was the victim of homicide.

Levi Ellise Pointer died one week ago today – on Thursday, Sept. 21. Hoover police today announced a murder charge against 19-year-old Dlonta Khalil Melton, the boyfriend of Levi’s mother.

“This has been a somewhat complicated case and we’ve been very thorough and methodical in our efforts,” said Hoover police Capt. Gregg Rector. “For five days, Melton told no one that he had knowledge of the injury that caused this poor baby’s death. Today we begin the process of holding him accountable for his actions.”

Levi is the third child to die in the Birmingham metro area in one week – two of them by violent crimes. On Tuesday, 18-month-old Ta”leah Nicole Alexander-Burke died at Children’s of Alabama in what the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office ruled was homicide by blunt force trauma. On Monday, 3-year-old Dra Kadyn Hudson died after he was left in his grandmother’s vehicle for about eight hours while she was at work at Miles College. That case remains under investigation.

Hoover police responded at 3:49 p.m. on Sept. 21 to a 911 call from The Retreat at Rocky Ridge apartments, said Capt. Gregg Rector. The call was placed by Melton, describing an unknown medical issue involving Levi.

Firefighters arrived on the scene within four minutes, and found Levi in severe distress, Rector said. Hoover police detectives immediately responded to the hospital and launched their investigation. Melton, who was the sole caregiver of Levi that day, could not provide any explanation as to what may have caused the child to be in distress.

She was rushed to Children’s of Alabama where she was pronounced dead six hours later, at 9:45 p.m. The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office, Rector said, determined that Levi suffered a significant skull fracture.

Melton was taken into custody Tuesday by Hoover police and has remained detained pending formal charges against him which were issued by the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office Thursday morning. He will be transferred to the Jefferson County Jail with bond set at $50,000.

“From the very beginning we were determined to find the truth for Levi and her mother,” said Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis. “We also wanted to make certain that we got this case right because we have a victim who can no longer speak for herself.”

“This child will never get the opportunity to grow up,” the chief said, “and we have an obligation to her family to do everything we can to give them some small measure of justice and closure.”

Levi’s death was followed by the deaths of two more young children, all within seven days.