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Shocking moment man stabs his two-year-old girl and her mom

Published on 22 Oct 2018 / In Film & Animation

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Theodis Coleman was arrested in Jonesboro, Arkansas, after he allegedly stabbed a two-year-old girl and her mother in front of police.

Shocking moment crazed father stabs his two-year-old daughter and her mother in front of cops for calling the police
Dad Theodis Coleman, 37, stabbed his two-year-old daughter and her mother
The horrific incident happened on April 29 in Jonesboro, Arkansas, police said
Mom Jevena Murray told cops Coleman threatened to kill her and the toddler
He became infuriated when she phoned police and cops walked into the home
Coleman was charged with four felony offenses. Child and mom are expected to make full recovery

Police were called to an Arkansas home where an unfit father went berserk and took a knife to his two-year-old daughter and her mother following a domestic dispute.

The horrific stabbing occurred on April 29 at the residence on the 1900 block of East Johnson Avenue in Jonesboro.

Police said dad Theodis Coleman, 37, had been arguing with the mother of his child, Jevena Murray, earlier that day when he threatened to kill her as well as the toddler.

The terrified woman phoned police afterward, when Coleman became even more infuriated.

He is seen on bodycam the moment he took a knife out and stabbed the child and woman after officers walked into the home.

'The knife went through the arm of the 2-year-old victim and into the mother’s arm,' according to court documents.

The toddler is heard on bodycam footage crying for some time before she was placed on the trunk of a police cruiser where a tourniquet was strapped to her arm to constrict further bleeding.

The child was then transported to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis.

The Jonesboro Police Department confirmed in a press release the two-year-old and mother Murray are expected to fully recover from the attack.

The department said Coleman was charged with four felony offenses.

The charges include first-degree endangering the welfare of a minor, first-degree terroristic threatening, first-degree domestic battering and second-degree domestic battering.

He has been booked to the Craighead County Jail on $15,000 bond.

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