Ahren Joshua DeHart, RIP: 1yo Boy 'Murdered by Babysitter for Ripping a Pillow'Chris Menahan
Apr. 21, 2021
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El Paso murder suspect Marvin Rex Lake, 24, allegedly killed 1-year-old Ahren Joshua DeHart because he grew angry with him "for ripping a pillow" while in his care.
The crime happened last week in El Paso, Texas and is only now getting minor local news coverage.
From KFOX14, "Murder suspect admits to using wrestling moves on 1-year-old boy":
On April 13, police officers were called to El Paso Children’s Hospital after DeHart was taken there with multiple injuries, including a skull fracture.
Just before midnight on April 12 DeHart's mother and "witness Schneider" arrived at Las Lomas apartments and discovered DeHart unresponsive and not breathing properly, stated the affidavit.
During a police interrogation, Lake said he had no idea how DeHart was injured. Lake initially told police investigators DeHart sat on a futon and watched television.
During a break from the interrogation, Lake called "witness Schneider" on speaker, saying he did not cause DeHart's head injuries, but that he was responsible for the internal injuries.While DeHart was dying in a hospital under intensive care, Lake reportedly went back to the police station to demand "reimbursement for damages" to his futon that were allegedly sustained as a result of him smashing DeHart's head into it.
The day before DeHart was pronounced dead, Lake spoke with police at police headquarters seeking reimbursement for damages to the futon, according to the affidavit.KTSM has more:
Lake watched over DeHart and two other young children on April 12 while their mothers went to work, the document states. Extended family told KTSM 9 News it was the first time that Lake watched DeHart and that he was a friend of the infant's parents.A GoFundMe was launched to help the family pay for DeHart's funeral.
DeHart's father Brandon is a Specialist in the Army based in Ft. Bliss and his mother Araya is a healthcare worker at a local El Paso hospital, KTSM reported.
Ahren Joshua DeHart had turned one in March.
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