Confirmed: Woman beheads 11-month-old child in Annotto Bay





A 40-year-old woman is now in custody after beheading her 11-month-old son in Annotto Bay, St. Mary this morning.

It is understood that the woman who has a history of mental issues, carried the child to the Annotto Bay Police Station yesterday and asked officials to take the child, however this was not done and she was sent back home. This morning the woman committed the act by severing the child’s head and arm, Irie FM News reported. She later turned her self into the police. An investigation is now being done.



  
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Evabless Den 23/02/2013 02:15:55
Oh my...... Somethings happening in this world only God himself know why.
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Loki Deablo 23/01/2013 04:46:06
All them Annotto Bay policde know fi do a rob people
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Peaches Turner 14/01/2013 18:25:25
She went asking for help!!!! How could they not look into her circumstances especially as a poor defenseless baby was involved! The lot of then should be immediately dismissed from duties!!! That child could have been alive today!! We need to get rid of the non caring attitude of our J'can police. Do they only jump to their feet if a gun is involved!!! Wake up and smell the coffee officers!!! As a mother it pains my heart to know what that poor child went through at the hands of its mom!!
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Carol Bryan 13/01/2013 19:31:22
The police in jamaica are stereotyped as being stupid, this does not help. How is it that a mother can come to surrender her baby and that is considered 'normal'. How could they not take this mother and child in protective custody. Even with no formal training in dealing with people with mental health issues some red flags should have been raised. If they cant use initiative in this area how are they going to solve serious crimes? That is why the country is under siege fron criminals. There is absolute absence of critical thinking from top to bottom. Your role is not just that of executioner.
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Ingrid Williams 12/01/2013 18:25:50
This is so sick how can sum1 done dis 2 a baby she mus die in prison seriously!! she is a wicked no mercies on her a dat mi say An dem police ere not doin dem duty properly dem tek everyting fi joke wen ppl com in fi get help all dem do is run u out like ur an animal or sumting. Dem jus no f...kin care fi ppl no justice frm dem police yah dem fi gowaaah mi no like dem.
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Rozay Rose 12/01/2013 17:30:58
rip to the little angel ......they should have taken that baby and find out what the problem is because of their nonchalant ways a child is dead.........here in the U.S.A. if you walk into any church,police station,and hospital they will take the child no questions asked.....but i guess its apart of life in the islands ........what hurts me the most is that she knew she had a problem so she went for help .......if its true to the case then..................damn you to the officers.
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Andrew Walker 11/01/2013 17:07:52
as i read tears come to mine eyes, God whats happening.
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Djreo Jacob 11/01/2013 14:24:36
they should kill all those officers that was on duty in they ass
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Mitsie Harris-Dillon 11/01/2013 02:13:40
I am so speechless right now...........at least 2 police officers in each station across Jamaica should have training in counselling. Had any of them had the insight to really hear this woman's painful cry for help, they would have immediately acted. Everybody look like dem working just for the pay, it's not really about serving - just putting food on the table.
It does not take a lot to hear someone's cry - you don't even really need formal training; just be SENSITIVE!! But no, we don't believe in being proactive, we just love to react. From what I've heard on the news thus far, the lady must have realized something going wrong with her again (mentally) so to try save her baby, begged the police for help. Dem cyan bother, so see what happened. Bet you they never expect that. When this lady gets her treatment and realize what really happened, watch her closely so she don't take her own life in despair. Poor little baby; God help her and her family cope with this loss.....smh
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Sule' Ashley 10/01/2013 21:51:51
its like the in thing now to cut off people head an shoot up schools. SMH thats temporarily still on my body.
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