2 kids torture friend during slumber party with lit cigarettes, cut her face with glass [Police] – Online crime
Two 12-year-old girls were arrested over the weekend for allegedly beating another child to the point that she couldn’t breathe.
According to the Logansport Police Department, the incident happened during a slumber party at a Logansport home Friday night, with police dispatched to the residence Saturday morning around 7:30 a.m.
“From what I’ve learned at this point in the investigation, it’s very sensitive. That’s what I would consider serious,” LPD Sgt. Dan Frye said, according to Fox 59. “This what the miners were arrested for at this point is different battery related charges, and whatever else you might look at that goes with that.”
“It is very important, very serious. It is a little heartbreaking to watch the videos and hear what has been alleged at this point.
The victim’s family members told the outlet that she went to a sleepover with girls she considered friends. Yet these same friends are accused of shaving the victim’s head, sitting on her face and obstructing her breathing, cutting her face and burning her with cigarettes, said a relative.
“Over the weekend, she was tortured, beaten, kidnapped. Two young females sat on her for two hours so she couldn’t breathe, they burned her with lighters. It goes on and on, ”said Renita Contreras, the victim’s aunt.
The victim’s mother, Jaimie Tribbett, said her daughter was mentally and physically tortured during the sleepover.
“They didn’t harass her. They tortured her,” Tribbet said.
The names of the suspects will not be released due to their age.
The Cass County District Attorney’s Office confirmed that at least one of the suspects has been charged in juvenile court with forcible confinement causing grievous bodily harm, intimidation with a deadly weapon and assault causing bodily harm. serious.
“It’s the first time I’ve seen him so serious about minors,” Frye told NBC 13. apologies. this. and we will do everything in our power to ensure justice is served.
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