Osceola’s parents arrested after toddler found dead with head in toilet

Warning: The details in this article are disturbing and potentially disturbing, a 6-year-old boy has passed out unconscious with his head down the toilet and his parents have been arrested. A motel room off the West Earlo Bronson Memorial Highway on July 5, Blaise told MPs that her 6-year-old son’s head “was in the toilet as if he was drinking water” and that at some point he “lost consciousness.” When authorities arrived, they said they found a 6-year-old boy without a pulse in Rhodes Jr’s arms, and when deputies arrived, they said the 6-year-old was not breathing. A life-threatening cerebral hemorrhage was put on life support, and he died a few days later from severe shock, and Sheriff Marcos Lopez warned during the press conference that it was difficult to hear the details of the case. People were staying in one hotel room at the Knights Inn: A’s parents and six children, he said, “the children are quarantined in this hotel room.” “They have not gone to school and have no friends.” Regarding the circumstances that led to the 6-year-old’s death, Lopez said interviews with the other children revealed what actually happened to him. He said investigators knew that the child was drinking toilet water, but that was not the reason he was not breathing when the deputies arrived, as he said, “The parents were angry because he was drinking from the toilet, so they started beating him.” “Maybe he was thirsty, he was just trying to survive,” Lopez said. They are also subjected to abuse. Lopez said they were severely malnourished with cuts and bruises, and Blaise and Rhodes Jr. were also accused of child abuse and their children were placed in foster care. She said she had never seen a case worse than child abuse. “Dead skin cells from a severe injury, just horrific injuries to all children. From 10 months to 5 years. Not just their age but the extent of the injuries These people are savages,” said Detective Susan Clochetti of the Ossola County Sheriff’s Office. They never heard any commotion inside the hotel room.” The only thing I could do was “I think they got so beaten up, they don’t cry anymore,” Lopez said. Sharif said both parents had been lying to the deputies from the start. Story Watch the press conference below:

Warning: The details in this article are disturbing and potentially disturbing.

A 6-year-old boy was found unconscious with his head in a toilet and died and his parents were arrested.

Representatives initially responded to the drowning call inside the couple’s Knights Inn room off the West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway on July 5.

Blaise told her deputies that her 6-year-old son’s head “was in the toilet as if he was drinking water” and that at some point he “lost consciousness”.

When the authorities arrived, they said they had found a 6-year-old boy without a pulse in the arms of Rhodes Jr.

When the deputies arrived, they said the 6-year-old was not breathing.

They performed CPR until he was hospitalized with a life-threatening cerebral hemorrhage and was put on CPR machines. He died a few days later from severe shock.

Sheriff Marcos Lopez warned during the press conference that it would be difficult to hear the details of the case.

He said eight people were staying in one hotel room at the Knights Inn: two parents and six children.

“The children have been quarantined in this hotel room,” he said. “They have not gone to school and have no friends.”

On the circumstances that led to the 6-year-old’s death, Lopez said interviews with other children revealed the truth of what had happened to him.

He said investigators knew the child was drinking toilet water, but that wasn’t why he wasn’t breathing when the deputies arrived.

“The parents were angry because he was drinking from the toilet, so they started hitting him,” he said. “Maybe he was thirsty, he was just trying to survive.”

Lopez said both parents took turns hitting the 6-year-old.

He said both parents are now charged with murder.

Lopez said other children who live in the hotel are also being abused. They were severely malnourished with cuts and bruises.

Additionally, Blaise and Rhodes Jr. were charged with child abuse and their children were placed in foster care.

One of the most seasoned detectives, Lopez, who has been with the department for 19 years, said she had never seen a case worse than child abuse.

Investigator Susanne Clochetti of Osceola said: “Dead skin cells from a severe injury, just horrific injuries to all children. From 10 months to 5 years. Not just their age but the extent of the injuries to the surviving children.” County Sheriff’s Office.

“These people are savages,” the sheriff said.

Neighbors interviewed by the deputies said they had never heard any noise in the hotel room.

“The only thing I can think of is that they were so beaten up, they don’t cry anymore,” Lopez said.

Al-Sharif said both parents had been lying to the deputies from the start.

Lopez said that Belize had no criminal history and that Rhodes Jr. had only a minor criminal history.

Watch the press conference below:

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