Baby Starts Making Strange Noises, Dies - Police Immediately Arrest Her Parents

A baby died when her mother and her mother's boyfriend decided to beat her with a belt. Apparently the two were trying to carry out a punishment.

Edward F. Wilson called 911 when Kamonie, age 8 months, started making a 'loud gurgling noise' and became unresponsive. Kamonie is the daughter of Wilson's girlfriend, Shavone Whitehead.

Emergency responders rushed in and performed CPR on Kamonie and rushed her to the hospital. Doctors found the baby suffered from injuries to her legs, buttocks, chin and arms. She had fractured ribs, a fractured skull and she was hemorrhaging. The baby succumbed to her injuries.

Whitehead first denied having any part in beating her daughter, but later admitted to beating the girl on her legs and buttocks as a punishment.

Police report that Whitehead and Wilson, with some sick idea of disciplining the child, beat her viciously with a belt.

Damarrio McCoy, Kamonie's birth father, is devastated and asks for prayers for his family. He hopes to see justice served.

Whitehead and Wilson were initially charged with aggravated battery and cruelty to children, but since the baby died the charges have been upgraded to murder.

Source: MailOnline
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