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Man Stabs His Own 2 Year Old Child During Custody Exchange After Sending Threatening Text Messages! (Video)

Man Stabs His Own 2 Year Old Child During Custody Exchange After Sending Threatening Text Messages! (Video)

by May 16, 2018 0 comments

Will We Ask What Led To This?

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

That is the question that is never asked in situations like this when it involves a man, but why not?

Do we not think that men can be pushed to their limits to do something out of character?

How is it that a woman can drown all 5 of her kids and we make excuses for her to the point where she is free and does no jail time yet this man will only be considered a monster for his action when I for one can sympathize with him.

A man in Jonesboro AK had had enough of his childs mother keeping the child away from him and just making it hard for him to be a father to his child, so in response to her behavior he ended up stabbing his own 2 year old child, Take a look

So now do you see why I have an issue with what these single mothers do?

If the man was a bad dude and abusive as she tried to say at the end then why did you have a kid with him in the first place?

If the man threatened your life before you came to get the kid why not let the cops get the kid?

If you believe the man is violent why antagonize him after?

Father sent threatening texts before stabbing daughter during custody exchange, mom says

JONESBORO, Ark. – The mother of a two-year-old is recovering after being stabbed by her own father in Jonesboro.

Body cam video shows what happened during a custodial exchange and the father is in police custody.

The terrifying custody exchange, led to the arrest of Theodis Coleman, 37. Jonesboro Police said he is seen his daughter during an exchange April 29th.

“I should’ve protected my baby then, but instead i tried to be nice and let her be in his life,” said Jevena Murray, the child’s mother.

Murray, the mother of two-year-old Amarianna Coleman, said she feels a little guilt. Guilt from trying to keep her daughter in her father’s life, when she said should’ve stayed away.

“For him to do that to my baby, it really hurt my baby because she loved the hell out of him,” she explained.

Murray said she received threatening texts of “kill kill kill” before the exchange.

“He told me to call the police and have them on standby because imma need them,” she said.

While Amarianna recovers, Murray still bears her own scar from the stabbing and said after years of physical and verbal abuse, she says she was the target.

“I don’t think that was no accident. There was nothing accident about that.” Murray said.

Murray told investigators that Coleman had made threats earlier in the day to kill her and her family if she tried to get the child back.

While at the house, according to the probable cause affidavit, Coleman pulled a steak knife from his pocket and lunged toward the woman who was holding her two-year-old daughter.

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) –A Jonesboro man faces a first-degree child endangerment charge after police say he stabbed a 2-year-old child in the arm


“The knife went through the arm of the 2-year-old victim and into [the mother’s] arm,” the court documents stated.

Officers applied a tourniquet to the child’s arm until EMS arrived and she was flown to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis.

After reviewing the state’s case, Craighead County District Judge David Boling found probable cause Monday to charge Coleman with first-degree endangering the welfare of a minor, second-degree domestic battering, first-degree terroristic threatening, and first-degree domestic battering.

Coleman remains incarcerated in Craighead County Detention Center on a $15,000 cash/surety bond awaiting a June 29 appearance in circuit court.

Police said Theodis Coleman is charged with four felony offenses, including domestic battering – first degree, domestic battering – second degree, endangering the welfare of a minor, terroristic threatening.



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