Friday, May 1, 2009

Florida is Scary #5

Okay, so I just cut and pasted this one instead of giving out the shorter version in my own words. But the grammatical errors in this one are funny so I attached the whole thing. Now mind you, I'm not the grammer & spelling police, but if you are in a professional position where words are your paycheck you'd think someone would look closer at this. I suck at grammer, but I'm pretty good at spelling and I'm no where near a professional. Let's just say I have a professional interest in all the English garbage out there. Okay, Florida is scary part 5.

TAMPA - A man charged Wednesday with killing his girlfriend's 11-month-old son was charged Thursday with sexual battery on the child, Hillsborough County deputies announced.
Say here's good news, the put the creeps name and address in the paper.

Angel Robles, 25, of 7336 Central Park Circle in Tampa, already is charged with first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse in the death of Isiah Ian McGuire. Deputies determined sexual battery occurred based on an autopsy and evidence at the scene, but it is unknown when the battery occurred, sheriff's spokesman J.D. Callaway said.

Meanwhile, Tampa police have reopened an investigation into a baby's death in January 2008 to determine whether Robles was involved. Robles was dating the baby's mother but was not the father of the baby girl, who was 3 1/2 months old, police spokeswoman Andrea Davis said.

The mother of the girl was 15 at the time Tampa police started its investigation, Davis said.

Robles was not arrested or charged during that investigation and has not been named a suspect.

"It's kind of a coincidence that we have two women who dated him whose child died," Davis said. "So that made us question it and reopen our case."

Examiners determined Isiah died from multiple internal injuries and blunt force trauma to the head, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said.

Investigators gave this account of what happened Tuesday at the Central Park Circle home Robles shares with the baby's mother:

Isiah was with Robles from about 2:20 p.m. to the time Robles called 911 at 8:11 p.m. Robles told a dispatcher the baby appeared unconscious. Isiah was taken to University Community Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Robles was arrested at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and taken to Orient Road Jail, where he is being held without bail.

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