BEACON TRANSCRIPT – Oregon police arrested a 34-year-old woman on Saturday for stabbing her six-year-old son. The boy was transported to the hospital where he was listed as stable. The Oregon mother was booked into county prison on $1.1 million bond.
Oregon Mother Said Son Had it Coming
On Saturday, a woman called 911 to report that a six-year-old boy showed up at her doorstep, covered in blood.
According to the authorities, while at home, the child was repeatedly stabbed by Nemoria Lynn Villagomez, his 34-year-old mother. After that, the boy ran away and sought refuge at the neighbor’s house.
When the boy showed up, he was covered in blood from head to toe, according to the woman who immediately contacted the authorities. Before the arrival of the paramedics, the 911 caller and her husband provided first aid.
After the boy was transported to the hospital, the law enforcement officers broke into Villagomez’s home. The woman was found in the living room, sitting next to a 14-months-old infant. The Oregon mother and the infant had bloodstains on their clothes.
Villagomez was taken into custody and charged with aggravated attempted murder, attempted murder, criminal mistreatment, and assault. The toddler was taken away by the Department of Human Services.
Whereupon her arrest, Villagomez confessed that she stabbed her son because the boy “had it coming.” The Oregon mother’s other child was taken as well to the hospital for an examination.
On Tuesday, an Oregon Police spokesperson that the six-year-old sustained life-threatening stab wounds, two of which pierced his lung and liver Moreover, the boy also needed several sutures for a deep cut to the chin.
Villagomez’s criminal record revealed that the woman was arrested and sentenced back in 2016 for a similar felony, for which she spent 30 days behind bars.
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