In January of 2016, Melissa pushed the victim off of the couch and slapped her in the face with an open and closed hand (several times). The reporter believes the incident occurs on a regular basis, and the father is aware of the incident. The child reported that she is scared of her mother but not her father. Mrs. McAllister reported that someone told her that there is a lack of food in the home. Briana said when she comes home from school, her mother makes her wash the same dishes over and over until her father comes home (everyday).
Pioneer Jr./Sr. High School (PHS) has 7th- 12th grade is in a building and K-6th grade is at another building. Both of these schools are located in Royal Center, Indiana. Finally reaching the high school,Bailey was so excited but also intimidated on the first day. She wasn 't used to all the people that were filling the hallways; talking, laughing, hitting each other.
The reporter provided limited information because she stated that: 'She has already provided this information to the hotline. "The reporter wants someone to gets Jackson from the mom. Jilian cussed people out and got into a cussed match with the neighbor. The police were called on 11-16-17. On 11-16-17, Jilian refused to sign a form for bedbug, because the next door neighbor has bed bug.
but she waited days before saying something. Aysiaunna’s mother knew about the incident, but didn’t report the incident. The mother (Kizzie) said she would never allow Aysiaunna to go over to Gina’s home. According to the reporter, this past weekend, Aysiaunna and her brother (2 year old) were at a party with
Throughout the period of her childhood, her mother was abusive. Her mother “left [her] standing in the blizzard for 2 hours after a junior-high dance” (183), “locked [her] in the closet while she [entertained] a ditchdigger” (183), and told Marie, “[she wasn’t] college material” (183). Because of this Marie does not want to be like her mother as a parent and is very permissive as a mother to Josh and Abbie. When Josh “goose[s] her with his Gameboy” (182) and “swat[s] at her affectionately… knocked off her glasses” (183), she laughs it off versus disciplining him. She feels this shows that her children are “well loved” (183).
The speaker’s grandmother is originally presented in a way that causes the ending to be a surprise, saying, “Her apron flapping in a breeze, her hair mussed, and said, ‘Let me help you’” (21-22). The imagery of the apron blowing in the wind characterizes her as calm, and when she offers to help her grandson, she seems to be caring and helpful. Once she punches the speaker, this description of her changes entirely from one of serenity and care to a sarcastic description with much more meaning than before. The fact that the grandmother handles her grandson’s behavior in this witty, decisive way raises the possibility that this behavior is very common and she has grown accustomed to handling it in a way that she deems to be effective; however, it is clearly an ineffective method, evidenced by the continued behavior that causes her to punish the speaker in this manner in the first place.
On 7/9/15 worker made an unannounced visit to the residence of Ms. Bernice Connell, for the purpose of making first victim contact. Ms. Kayley McKinnon, granddaughter-in-law of Ms. Connell greeted worker at the door and showed worker to Ms. Connell 's room. The room was cluttered but did not present with an odor. Ms. Connell was lying in bed watching TV, she was appropriately dressed with good personal hygiene. Ms. Connell stated she had lived with her son, Earnest McKinnon, and daughter-in-law, Arlinda McKinnon, for two years.
In December, 2014, the actual day McClain left the University Hospital, the threatening / harassing phone calls began. She said the phone threats were accompanied by McClain physically following her. One evening while her daughter was cheerleading at Hickman High School McClain showed up and began staring at her daughter, then back at Brandy. She was so scared that she had to get an escort from the facility after the game because McClain was hanging around gymnasium.
According to the statement form at 5:00 PM is when Mcelroy noticed her phone was missing. Mcelroy stated that her son called the phone in attempt to locate the phone, but kept going to voicemail. Mcelroy stated she had laid her phone down on the back of her son's truck. Mcelroy stated that her phone fell off the truck when her and her son left earlier that day. Mcelroy stated when she returned home she walked up the street to talk to children that were outside.
They arrive and their grandmother is very anxious for Lena to talk to their close friends grandson, Kostos. Since Lena is shy, she constantly brushes and avoids Kostos who is trying to make conversation. Later, she ends up skinny dipping in a secluded pond where Kostos finds her. Lena runs home in distress and tells her grandparents that “Kostos isn’t the nice boy they think he is”. The two pairs of grandparents start to fight over this and that’s when Lena realizes they probably think something worse happened.
ALLEGATION R/s Tyehia and the children moves around from house to house. R/s the children are falling behind on their school work. R/s there is a possibility that Harryanna (11), Javon (10) and Jalen (8) are not with Tyehia. R/s Harry (13) and Tyreana (17) are with their mother. R/s
Maranda took several minutes in an attempt to locate her license, but was unsuccessful. I asked Maranda for her social security number, Maranda gave me a combination of a phone number, social security number, and a birth date. I asked Maranda if she had anyone she could have come get her, she stated yes. Maranda was unable to contact anyone. Maranda continued to argue with her Edward, and was still unable to calm herself down.