Robert Terrell Dubose Jr Charged With Aggravated Assault and Cruelty to Children

A man has been charged with aggravated assault and cruelty to children. The Coosa Valley News reports that the man is Robert Terrell Dubose Jr. He has been accused of attacking children, placing his hands on crying children, and abusing them. He is currently being held in jail.

Robert Terrell Dubose Jr charged with aggravated assault and cruelty to children

Robert Terrell Dubose Jr was arrested on October 11 after a child abuse investigation. He is accused of breaking one infant’s neck and smothering the other with a pillow. The incident was triggered by the babies crying. He was charged with two counts of aggravated assault and cruelty to children. He is being held in jail without bond.

Dubose’s relationship with the twins is unclear. The twins’ parents haven’t been publicly identified. Dubose has been booked without bond in the Floyd County Superior Court. According to the charges, he allegedly assaulted the children after they were crying and tried to smother them with a pillow.

The Rome Police Department said Robert Terrell Dubose Jr., 22, is accused of suffocating the twins and breaking the neck of one of them with a pillow. He is also accused of inflicting “cruel or excessive pain” on the children, according to the Rome Police Department.

Dubose is accused of breaking the neck of one of the three-month-old girls and trying to smother their twin sister, who was born five months premature. Police said Dubose became irritated with the twins’ crying and put a pillow over their faces to stop them from crying.

Charged with cruelty to children

You may have heard the words “cruel and unusual punishment” and you may have even been charged with cruelty to children. These accusations are extremely serious, and in some cases you may find yourself in prison. If you have been accused of this crime, you need to know your rights and what you can do to protect yourself.

In a recent case in northwest Georgia, a 22-year-old man was arrested and charged with cruelty to children and aggravated assault. The case involved a man who was accused of beating his wife in front of their children. The child suffered significant bruising and had broken bones, and he was taken to UAB Hospital in Birmingham for surgery.

A charge of cruelty to children can be charged based on a number of circumstances. First, it must be proven that the defendant caused the child pain and suffering. It must also be proven that the defendant acted maliciously. If you are found guilty of this crime, you will face a prison term of five years or more.

During the trial, the defendant admitted to striking the child several times. However, he denied using sufficient force. Moreover, the child’s mother testified that she had not noticed any bruises on her child the night before. The defendant was charged with malice murder, aggravated assault, and cruelty to children in the first degree.

The evidence against the defendant included medical testimony regarding the victim’s injuries. The evidence also included testimony about the defendant’s complacent demeanor and access to the victim. The defendant was convicted of both counts. However, the defendant was found guilty of aggravated battery and first-degree child cruelty.

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