The accused lied to his partner and the doctors about what happened, which delayed the detection of the blunt force trauma caused to the baby’s head.
The boy was near the river, herding cattle along with six other children, when the incident took place.
The sheep reportedly escaped from its pasture and made its way into the hotel.
The child was heard crying “Please don’t drop me” while the mother held him over the balcony.
The child was bitten on the left side of his neck by the family dog.
The teenager beat the victim, identified as Earl Miller, with a baseball bat before setting him on fire.
Witnesses at the scene told the police they saw the victim covered in flames running from the house.
“With the increase in murders that we’ve had this year, the biggest category has been as a result of domestic violence,” Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said.
He appeared in court Wednesday and was charged with five felony counts of criminal sexual assault.
The deceased family had recently moved to the home at Point Cook
A police officer reportedly found blood and a piece of the skull on the floor.
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The man said the incident reminded him of how people should be extremely careful while hiking.
The victim succumbed to injuries five days after he was run over and an autopsy confirmed that he died from multiple blunt force injuries.
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Preliminary investigation revealed the children were left unattended in the car for over two hours.
The man pleaded not guilty to the charge of first-degree manslaughter last month.
In 2012, the woman was hospitalized for 41 days after being bitten by a water moccasin, which is North America's only venomous water snake.