Georgia Mother Slashes Her Boyfriend With Sword After Finding Him Molesting Her 5-Year-Old Daughter
Georgia Woman Slashes Her Boyfriend With A Sword After Her Boyfriend Tried To Molest Her Infant Child
- A woman from Atlanta, Georgia has slashed her boyfriend with a sword after he tried to molest her 5-year-old girl.
- The woman and her daughter were taken to hospital after the authorities responded to her home in late Thursday night, 14th March.
- Her husband surrendered the following morning who had a cut on his left hand.
- He was charged with aggravated child molestation and two counts of cruelty to children and remains in jail as of now.
A Georgia woman slashed her boyfriend after she reportedly found him molesting her 5-year-old daughter last Thursday night.
The Twiggs County Sheriff's Office responded to an emergency call that reported there was an "unwanted subject on the property."
The Sheriff's Office reported when police they arrived at her house in Central Georgia, they met a woman who accused her boyfriend, John Lawarren Williams of molestation.
Twiggs County Sheriff released a statement that said,
When deputies made contact with the complainant, it was discovered the complainant's boyfriend had been caught molesting a five-year-old female child.
The statement further continued saying the child's mother
had cut the subject with a large sword while attempting to get the subject to leave the residence. The subject fled the residence by the time deputies arrived.
The woman and her child were taken to a nearby hospital, however, their condition is unknown. Her boyfriend, 25, surrendered to authorities several hours later, around 6 in the next morning. He had a cut on his left hand from the sword.
Williams has been taken to jail and he remains there without any bond. Sources reported he was charged with aggravated child molestation and two counts of cruelty to children. The defendant has not entered a plea and no attorney has been authorized to speak on his behalf.
Meanwhile, the child's mother is not booked in connection with the incident.