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A man previously convicted for murder has been accused of attacking his cousin and her 18-month-old by splashing them with hot oil while they were asleep. 

41-year-old Michael Lee Maloney was convicted to a 10-year prison term when he plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter for beating a man to death with a baseball bat in 2000. According to his extended family, the Ohio man is currently without permanent housing. 

Maloney’s 20-year-old second cousin and her 18-month-old baby reside in Hamilton. According to reports, he had been staying in her home for a brief time, but she eventually asked him to leave. 

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A man is facing many charges after he was accused of imprisoning his girlfriend and torturing her for a month until she was able to free herself. 

29-year-old Saul Ortega resides in Modesto, California. He recently reportedly started a relationship with a 25-year-old woman that also lives in Modesto. 

Last Saturday, the woman notified the authorities and said that she had been kidnapped by Ortega and held for about a month. She reported that she was able to escape. 

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A Michigan man lost consciousness and was covered with chemical burns after his teenage daughter allegedly threw lye at him.

18-year-old Megan Imirowicz lives with her father in Groveland Township.

On October 1, Imirowicz was reportedly at home with her dad.

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A grandmother in Indiana has been accused of burning her young granddaughter after the child had a bathroom accident, soiling herself and the sofa with urine.

49-year-old Lebanon, Indiana resident Greta Feil was recently reportedly taking care of her two grandchildren while they were visiting her from their home state of Alabama.

Over the few weeks that the children were staying with Feil the Department of Child Services was called with reports a total of five times due to purported sounds of domestic unrest. The callers said they could hear screaming and profanities coming from inside the residence rather often.

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An 18-year-old woman who was dissatisfied with her service at Burger King has been accused of causing serious injury by throwing a scalding hot cup of coffee at an employee while they were arguing.

On June 29, Anastasia Lantier and her mother visited a Burger King in Seminole, Florida.

They decided to order from the drive-thru instead of going inside, and Lantier reportedly had an “issue” and became agitated with an employee.

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A Texas woman is facing charges for allegations that she punished her stepdaughter by pouring rubbing alcohol over the child’s face, of which she then ignited.

On May 13, the Grand Prairie neighbor of Dalia Jimenez notified the police with concern after she saw what appeared to be burns on the face of Jimenez’s young stepdaughter.

The authorities went to the residence and reported that the child was gleeful and outside playing with friends, but took note of the visible burns on her face.

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A man from Wyoming has been charged after allegations that he threw a Hot Pocket at his girlfriend causing scorching on her ear and neck during a domestic dispute.

A couple who live together reportedly got into a fight on Monday which led to the woman suffering injuries from burns.

Around 2:00 am, an officer dispatched to investigate after a friend of the alleged victim called the police to report the incident and stated that the woman had been very badly burned.

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A man who was being sought by the authorities for allegedly abusing his ex-girlfriend’s 3-year-old child by hitting her with a belt and sticking her in the oven turned himself on Thursday, and he is vehemently fighting the accusations against him.

45-year-old Terry Lee May, a father of five, had been taking care of his ex-girlfriend’s toddler for a few weeks after the woman left him to look after the young girl. When the child’s mother returned to pick her up she claimed she had discovered marks on her body.

The mother notified the authorities and the Department of Children and Families in order to report her daughter’s injuries. The child reportedly suffered burns to her ears and ankles, and what was assessed as belt markings on other parts of her body. It was concluded that the child had been beaten and then placed inside of an oven while she was in May’s care. The child told the officials that May had struck her with a belt more than once.

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