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VA Father And Child Shot With Same Bullet

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Maurice Anthony Jones, 30, was arrested after failing to seek medical attention for his 6-year-old Daughter after a gun discharged, hitting both he and the Child.

Police: Newport News man charged with
Child Abuse/Neglect after 6-year-old shot

Newport News, VA  –  A 30-year-old Newport News man was arrested Sunday after he was accused of treating his 6-year-old daughter’s gunshot wound with a first aid kit himself, police said.

Officers responded just before 8:30 p.m. Sunday to a residence in the 700 block of Waterfront Circle for a request to check on the welfare of a child, according to Master Police Officer Brandon Maynard.

There, police met with the child’s father, identified as 30-year-old Maurice Anthony Jones.  While speaking with him, a woman entered the residence and appeared to be very upset, Maynard said.

The woman told officers a child had been shot inside the residence the afternoon of Feb. 26.

Jones told police his daughters were running around the house after they got home from school, and the 6-year-old accidentally knocked a handgun off the bed.  The impact with the floor caused the gun to discharge a round, which struck Jones in the leg and then hit his daughter in her right leg, Maynard said.

Jones did not call 911 or take his daughter to the hospital, but treated his daughter’s wound with a first aid kit, Maynard said.

Police checked the girl’s leg and found a healing wound consistent with a gunshot wound.  Jones also appeared to have a scar on his leg consistent with a gunshot wound, according to Maynard.

Officers seized the firearm from the residence and also located a marijuana grinder, plastic baggies and cigarillos on a table in the living room, according to Maynard.  Jones said he had marijuana on him.

Child Protective Services was notified.  The child was taken to a local hospital for medical treatment to the gunshot wound, according to Maynard.

Jones was arrested and charged with PWID marijuana, reckless handling of a firearm and child abuse/neglect causing serious injury.

Worst Case Of Child Abuse PA Doctor Says

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Geisinger Medical Center’s Children’s Hospital in Danville, PA

Osceola Mills Child Abuse Case Called “Worst” Doctor Has Ever Seen in
Three-Week-Old Infant

OSCEOLA MILLS, PA  –  An Osceola Mills couple has been accused in what a Geisinger Medical Center doctor has called the “worst case” of child abuse he’s ever seen in a three-week-old infant.

Aaron John Mills, 32, of Osceola Mills has been charged by state police at Clearfield with aggravated assault, F1; aggravated assault, F2; conspiracy/endangering the welfare of children, M1; endangering the welfare of children, M1; simple assault, M1; recklessly endangering another person, two counts, M2; and use/possession of drug paraphernalia, M.

Stephanie Diane McGuire, 22, also of Osceola Mills, has been charged with conspiracy/endangering the welfare of children, M1; parent/guardian/other commits offense, M1; recklessly endangering another person, M2; and use/possession of drug paraphernalia, M, two counts.

According to the affidavits of probable cause, on March 1 McGuire took her infant daughter to a doctor’s appointment to be examined for a diaper rash at Geisinger Medical Center, Philipsburg.

She was examined and diagnosed with bruising to her forehead, the tip of her nose and the left side of her abdomen.  She had a severe diaper rash with a prolapsing rectum.  The infant was transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center by ambulance.

The same day, she was transported to and admitted for treatment at the Geisinger Medical Center’s Children’s Hospital in Danville, Pa.

She was diagnosed with multiple areas of abrasions and excoriation over the face and flank of right great toe; several bruises over the head, abdomen, right arm and legs bilaterally; excoriated and denuded perianal region with deep perianal furrows and anal prolapse; a left, fourth anterior rib facture; and bilateral, medial and lateral metaphyseal corner factures of the femurs.

In a phone interview with state police on Friday, Paul J. Bellino, M.D., Geisinger Medical Center, stated that, “This was the worst case of child abuse in an infant of this age that he has ever seen.”

In particular, the injury to the infant’s mouth and nose would have created an “extreme” amount of blood loss and pain, Bellino told state police.

According to state police interviews with Mills and McGuire, the infant was in their sole care at their residence on Edwards Street in Osceola Mills.  Both stated that she wasn’t in the care of anyone else between Feb. 26 and March 1 when these injuries occurred to her.

Mills allegedly admitted to pulling the infant girl up off the changing table by her ankles forcefully and causing injuries to her legs while caring for her Feb. 26.  According to the affidavits, both Mills and McGuire failed to seek immediate medical treatment for the infant for her severe diaper rash and injuries.

Bail has been set for Mills and McGuire at $100,000 and $50,000, respectively.  Their preliminary hearings have been scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday during centralized court at the Clearfield County Jail.

K-9 Finds Drugs, Child In NC Vehicle

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Megon Anne Wilson, 23

Burlington woman charged with
heroin trafficking, Child Abuse

Burlington, NC  –  A woman allegedly found with heroin in her vehicle and home has been charged with drug trafficking and child abuse.

Megon Anne Wilson, 23, of 911 North Park Ave., Burlington, was arrested Wednesday by the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office and charged with felony trafficking heroin, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor child abuse.

She was also served with multiple outstanding orders for arrest, according to the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office.

The arrest took place Wednesday evening, when deputies from the sheriff’s office’s Special Operations Unit stopped Wilson’s vehicle on North Main Street in Graham.  Randy Jones, public information officer for the sheriff’s office, said Wilson’s car was stopped for a traffic violation while officers were conducting “saturation patrol” in an area where there has been “gang-related activity.”

A child was with her at the time.

A K-9 brought out to the vehicle indicated drugs were inside, Jones said, and deputies found a plastic bag of heroin.

Deputies then obtained a search warrant to search Wilson’s residence, he said, and seized 12.8 grams of heroin, “paraphernalia” and $202.

Wilson faces the child abuse charge because the child was with her while she allegedly had drugs in her possession.

Wilson was held in the Alamance County jail under a $120,350 bond.

NC Women Charged With Drugs, Child Abuse

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Sara Marguerite Bollo was arrested Thursday and charged with drug possession and child abuse.

Charges for drugs, Child Abuse send women to jail

Asheville, NC  –  Two separate incidents involving drugs and child abuse landed Asheville women in jail as the Christmas holiday approached.

Sara Marguerite Bollo, 33, of Fletcher was arrested Thursday and charged with three felonies:  possession of methamphetamine, possession of drugs at a jail and possession of cocaine, according to arrest warrants.

Buncombe County Detention Facility records show she was also charged with misdemeanors child abuse, driving while impaired, reckless driving and resisting public officers.  Bond is set at $81,000.

Bollo was carrying 4.9 grams of methamphetamine and 12.9 grams of cocaine at the time of her arrest, the warrants state.

Ashley Norman, 25, of Indian Knob Road was arrested Thursday and charged with felony possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanors assault on a child under 12, possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts of hit and run, reckless driving and driving without a license, according to arrest warrants.

Norman assaulted an 11-year-old child by ramming the vehicle in which the child was riding, with her vehicle, according to arrest warrants.

Bond is set at $10,000

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