9-year-old boy punching toddler at daycare. Screen shot via surveillance video.
A 9-year-old boy has been caught on surveillance video abusing babies and toddlers at a daycare center in Mississippi. The unidentified minor is seen on tape terrorizing youngsters by using wrestling type moves to physically assault them. During several points in the tape, the boy is seen choking a baby and then patting her on the back and violently donkey kicking another toddler and punching her.
One father said he became extremely angry when his 1-year-old daughter came home with extensive, visible injuries for a solid week. The parent, Jamie Williams, said his daughter had bite marks on her body as well as a cut lip. Williams apparently became so enraged when the daycare failed to offer him answers, he reportedly slapped another child whom he believed was responsible. The police say Williams slapped the wrong child and was arrested on charges on simple assault.
The caregiver of Kiddie City Childcare in Vicksburg, Miss., Sandra Trevillion, has been arrested as well, on child neglect charges, for failing to be attentive to the children’s safety and for seemingly ignoring the abuse.
According to WLBT News, the bully’s aunt, Vinia Dolley told them, “He bad. He fight but he don’t fight little babies. He do also have a problem. He take medicine every day and he just a normal child.”
Dolley also said, “I feel bad about him jumping on a two year-old baby, he nine years-old. He don’t fight his own two year-old brother like that or cousins.”
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