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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA – The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office revealed how a woman was arrested for the second time in six days on charges of assault and child abuse, respectively. Candice Stroud 30, was arrested February 18 on one count of assault for physically assaulting her husband. She was re-arrested on Thursday, February 23, on child abuse charges for assaulting a child. Authorities said the second charge stemmed from her first arrest, which took place after she allegedly struck her husband “in the back with her fist” and ripped out a “lock of hair.”
Stroud’s husband, who has not been identified, was reportedly seeking an injunction against her wife when he showed her officers videos of her abusing a child. When investigators interviewed the girl, he told them that she was hit in the face with her “several times with a phone.” Detectives eventually obtained a warrant for Stroud’s arrest and arrested the suspect at a home in the Hollister area. The 30-year-old man is currently in the Putnam County Jail on $5,000 bond.
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The age of Candice Stroud is 30 years.
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Curtis Fallgatter, a former federal prosecutor unrelated to the case, said the child abuse charges carried up to five years in prison. In addition, it could also mean that a child is removed from the home based on the investigation. Speaking to News4Jax, Fallgatter called the situation “unusual” and said he hadn’t come across a case like Stroud’s in her decades of legal practice.
“I have done many battery cases. Child abuse cases, if they occur on the same day, are normally expected to be resolved with a single arrest,” Fallgatter told the outlet. DCF will have to investigate the case considering reports detailing allegations of child abuse, he explained.
His findings could ultimately affect how Stroud was allowed to deal with certain children in the future. “If they believe that she is an unfit mother or a potential danger to her children, there are many things they can do. One is, of course, they can have supervised visitation or they can take the kids out of the house,” Fallgatter said, adding that parenting classes and counseling might also be needed based on DCF’s findings.
MEAWW previously reported how two Grand Haven, Michigan parents were arrested Wednesday, February 22, after allegedly falling asleep for hours in the front seats of a parked car while their four-month-old son nearly died in the back seat due to the temperatures below zero. Court records indicated the incident occurred on January 29. The baby’s parents, Phillip Nass, 32, and Crystal Kanouse, 30, admitted to Michigan police that they had used methamphetamine in the past few days and were probably undergoing detox.
Her four-month-old son was in the back of the vehicle in an unsecured car seat. He was also not dressed for the cold nor did he have a blanket while he was strapped into a baby carrier. The boy’s skin was frozen, according to authorities, and his feet had turned blue. In addition, the boy was also covered in his own urine and feces. Emergency services immediately rushed the four-month-old to hospital, where he was treated and is currently recovering.Read More….