This 16-year-old barbarian from Phoenix was arrested Sunday and is being charged as an adult on suspicion of child abuse after the 5-year-old he was caring for died from severe brain injuries.
Cops were notified at about 9 p.m. Sunday that 5-year-old Ian Blair was airlifted to Phoenix Children’s Hospital after his mother found him unresponsive when she arrived home from work, said Officer James Holmes, a Phoenix law enforcement spokesman.
The mother of the boy had left Ian, his 3-year-old sister and 4-month-old brother in the care of the 16-year-old Justin Hoskins, who is the son of her live-in boyfriend, while Ian’s mother and her boyfriend were at work on Sunday, Holmes said
Court records show that the young savage became upset when Ian and his sister got into a food fight in the afternoon, and he told Ian to go to the corner for punishment.
When the boy refused, the diabolical peckerwood shoved the boy in the chest so hard that his head buckled back, he lost his balance, and he fell to the ground, hitting his head, according to court records.
The luciferian picked the boy up, realized he was unresponsive and put him in the bed, according to records. He noticed the boy threw up on himself, but never called authorities or the boy’s mother, investigators said.
The teen’s father came home about 2:30 p.m. and took a nap on the couch when he saw the children napping, Holmes said. Ian’s mother came home a short while later and also checked on the children. Holmes said she did not notice anything wrong, so she also took a nap.
It wasn’t until early Sunday evening, about five hours after the incident, when Ian’s mother went to wake the children for dinner that she noticed something was wrong with Ian, Holmes said. Records state she found him covered in vomit and urine.
The suspect’s father attempted to wake the boy but he was unresponsive. The family rushed him to a hospital, where he was airlifted to Phoenix Children’s Hospital
According to court documents, Ian was suffering from “extreme hematoma to the right side of the brain, bilateral retinal hemorrhages, swelling in the eyes and face,” and bruising on his body.
He was pronounced dead on Wednesday, Holmes said.
Investigators said the white beast told three different versions of what happened. Initially he claimed he had no idea how Ian was injured. Then he blamed the family dog for knocking the boy down.
He finally admitted to shoving Ian when cops questioned his varying accounts. He disclosed to investigators he didn’t call 911 because he was scared.
The diabolical honk was arrested on suspicion of child abuse and failure to seek medical attention for a minor, according to court records.
A superior court judge has set the teen’s bond at $500,000, according to court records.