Natasha Hubbard, 36, attacked 4 month old infant because she wanted to 'break the child's arm off and eat it'. Screen shot via ABC News.
A 4 month old baby was snatched from his stroller and allegedly attacked as his mother, Adriana Miranda, 29, was shopping just east of Los Angeles, CA yesterday. Miranda was with her sister at the time, when an unprovoked woman reportedly came out of nowhere, unstrapped the infant from his stroller, took him by the leg and started waving him around above her head. LA Police reports say that she also slammed the infant into a truck. Miranda and her sister reportedly tried to fight the woman off in attempt to regain possession of Miranda’s son but not before the woman slammed the baby into a truck rail.
After the baby’s mother wrested her infant back, the woman then started attacking her. Miranda and her sister ran into a store to get away from the women but the store allegedly kicked the women out. Remarkably, the baby was unharmed except for a few bruises.
According to ABC News, the perpetrator, Natasha Hubbard, 36, has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault. Her motive? She told police that she wanted to break the baby’s arm off and ‘eat it’. The woman has an extensive criminal history and open warrants.
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