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League City - Arrests Made in Death of 2 Year Old Pasadena Child
Death due to Homicide by multiple blunt force trauma
   
 
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Vance Mitchell
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Arrests Made in Death of 2 Year Old Child

Date:     March 20, 2014

Offense Reported Date: November 17, 2012
Incident:  Homicide
Incident Number: 2012-28007

On November 17, 2012, Pasadena Police officers responded to a call at 1100 Burke Rd, for a two year old child who was found lying in the courtyard of the apartment complex. The child was not breathing when officers arrived.  The officers noted that the child had multiple bruises on his body. Pasadena Detectives investigated the incident and contacted the Harris County District Attorney, who wanted the Harris County Medical Examiners final cause of death before accepting charges.

Last week, the Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office released their report which determined the cause of death to be Homicide by multiple blunt force trauma. Pasadena Detectives met with the District Attorney’s Office where charges were filed on the mother and her boyfriend.

Detectives learned that the suspects were now living in League City. Pasadena Detectives reached out to the League City PD and asked for their assistance in serving the arrest warrants. Early this morning, Pasadena Detectives, League City PD officers, and League City SWAT Team members arrested both suspects without incident. Galveston County Precinct 8, Jerry Fisher’s Office also assisted in the case.
    
Wisnieski, Chad Michael     Chadwick, Christina
               



Comments:
I really hope, and pray they get some blunt force trauma done to them!!!!
Posted by JM at 3/20/2014 4:22:11 PM

Me too.

Is there a huge backlog at the Harris County ME office? 16 months is a long time.
Posted by Les at 3/20/2014 5:09:22 PM

Why is it always, always, always the mutherf*cking BOYFRIENDS of these pathetic, stupid, desperate women? They put the happiness of their vaginas before the happiness & safety of their own children! She needs to be beat more than the boyfriend, simply for allowing that vermin to even get close to her child. Scum bags!!!!!!!!
Posted by Lee at 3/20/2014 6:03:41 PM

So many people would love to have a child! It makes me sick to see people like this! They place no value on such an amazing gift! What a waste.. Poor little guy. -at least he is safe from harm now. I can't imagine what his short life was like...
Posted by Anna at 3/20/2014 8:05:30 PM

You ask and do not receive, because you ask amiss, that you may spend it on your pleasures. James 4:3 be merciful as your Father in heaven is merciful. Dont pray they get hurt, pray that they repent and see the light. You would like to see them get hurt but do you honestly think God would? God is forgiving and faithful and the only way these 2 would be justified is by accepting His Son Jesus Christ but if not they will be judged by everything they have done and not done. So instead of praying for violence pray that the Lord has mercy on their souls. God bless
Posted by God is merciful and just at 3/20/2014 9:43:55 PM

Rule #1,, If you have to leave town to avoid being arrested, Don't go to Friendswood or League City, You will get caught every time. Your first choice should be Bacliff...
Posted by Fugitive at 3/20/2014 11:49:44 PM

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