This past Valentine, a mother choked her eleven-year-old son for fighting her in an attempt to stop her from abandoning his two-year-old sibling outside in the snow.
The weather was fifteen degrees with six inches snow on the ground that day. The little boy was tackled by his mother as she put her hands around his neck in an attempt to choke him. He was trying to protect his baby sister after their mother said she no longer wanted the girl and was going to leave the child outside in the cold.
Heather Michelle Hall, 35, was intoxicated on the fateful day as she repeatedly said ‘I do not want her anymore’ according to police officers who arrived at the scene after a 911 call.
Responding officer, Micheal Jordan wrote in Hall’s arrest affidavit:
“I heard Heather state three times while crying, ‘I don’t want her anymore!’ The statement was referencing (the toddler), who was in the room and (who) Heather was looking toward while making the statements”.
According to YorkDispatch:
Officers learned Hall told her son she no longer wanted his little sister and planned to put the toddler outside, documents state. At the time, it was 15 degrees Fahrenheit outside and there were 6 inches of snow on the ground, according to police.
When the boy blocked a hallway to stop her, Hall grabbed him by the throat until he couldn’t breathe, leaving a red mark on his neck that was 3 inches long and a half-inch wide.
The son then tried to grab a blanket but was tackled by his mother.
The boy explained he grabbed the blanket in case Hall did put the toddler outside, “so I could cover us until you got here,” according to documents.
The Pennsylvanian mother-of-two is also accused of spitting on the dispatch officers of West Manchester Township Police after they arrived at her house. She also assaulted another. One of the officers received a mouth-full of saliva and is being treated for oral infections.
Her charges include two counts of child endangerment and one count of aggravated assault on a police officer. Both are felony offences, as well as the misdemeanors of simple assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
She is presently held at the York County Prison on a thirty-five-thousand dollars bail.
Not every woman should have children. Especially if you do not really want them. They are not trophies, they are human too.