Wisconsin Man Charged With Homicide After He Punched A 2-Month-Old Child To Death

News by Joey Jordan Published on 13 Jun,2019

A Wisconsin Father Charged With His Son's Death After He Fatally Punched The 2-Month-Old Child

  • A Wisconsin father was arrested and charged with his son's death after he fatally punched him in the head.
  • He went to his girlfriend, Jessica McNeal's house to see his son when the duo got into a physical altercation.
  • During the altercation, Kenta Evans, 21, kept hitting his girlfriend with his fist when some of his strikes hit their two-months old child.
  • When the baby was taken to the hospital with severe injuries, Evans fled the scene and hid at his mother's house.

A Wisconsin man, Kenta Evans, was arrested and charged with first-degree reckless homicide after he punched his 2-month-old baby to death.

According to a criminal complaint obtained by Associated Press, Evans, 21, the Milwaukee native was visiting the infant, Jaquerrion Dancer at his girlfriend Jessica McNeal's home when an altercation broke out.

The complaint further mentioned Evans allegedly arrived at McNeal's house telling he was eager to see the child but later he accused McNeal of having other men in the house. Then Evans snatched McNeal's cellphone and smashed against the wall.

Frightened McNeal then picked up her son and backed away from Evans who allegedly followed her and repeatedly punched her with closed fists.

CAPTION: Wisconsin man Kenta Evans arrested and charged with homicide SOURCE: WNDU

McNeal's sister later intervened Evans and rushed the child immediately to the nearby hospital where doctors diagnosed him with multiple skull fractures, cerebral hemorrhaging, and retinal hemorrhaging. The infant was pronounced dead later.

Evans fled the scene as the baby boy was taken to the hospital. Police later found him hiding in a closet in his mother's house. Evans later admitted to hitting Jaquerrion and explained that while he was punching McNeal, some of his strikes hit the baby.

Evans' father Kenta Evans Sr. talked to Fox 6 telling he was torn apart to lose his grandson.

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