Coventry Grundle Maggots Arrested For Neglect In 8 Month Old Daughter’s Death Raised Over $5,000 Wit GoFundMe For Her Funeral
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A Coventry couple has been charged with felony child cruelty/neglect in the death of their 8-month-old baby girl. According to Coventry police, emergency crews were called to 40 Tillinghast Road for an unresponsive infant on Nov. 19. They rushed the baby to Kent Hospital where she was pronounced dead. Police began an investigation and said they found evidence that revealed criminal neglect involving the child’s parents – Steven Gilchrist, 32, and Jocelyn Belmore, 32. The pair was arrested Tuesday and charged with one felony count of cruelty to or neglect of a child. Both are expected to be arraigned at Kent County District Court Wednesday at 2 p.m.
Look how amazing this baby was:
What a gift from God. I know plenty of women who can’t conceive, or never got a chance to get married and have a child, who would’ve KILLED to have something so precious as Mia. I know GREAT parents who did everything for their child but still were helpless as they watched them die from cancer, or got a phone call that there had been an accident. Those poor people did everything right and through no fault of their own had their world taken from them.
Then you have these pond turds come along, create a perfectly healthy child, and then ignore her screams for help because they were too busy satisfying their own selfish “disease.”
These stories are always tough to get through as a parent, so I try to avoid them as much as possible. Because losing a child is the worst thing that could ever happen to a person.
But what pisses me off about these grundle maggots is that they’re playing the loving and grieving parents on Facebook, ever since poor Mia died less than two weeks ago. Here’s what “Mom” shared a couple days after the death before the funeral:
Yup, they’re no only playing the loving parents, they’re also begging for the highly coveted Facebook thoughts and prayers.
He’s been playing the caring father on Facebook as well, and even bought his beautiful daughter an “I love Dad” onesie:
I can’t stand these kid of Dads. The ones who put on this whole facade on Facebook by occasionally posing for a picture with their kid in order to show the world what great fathers they are. You wanna be a great Dad? Take care of your kid. Instead these lovely creatures, who no doubt have that “disease” that’s been going around, neglected their beautiful daughter to the point where her body could no longer handle it. But it’s cool, because he bought her a onesie.
Of course these savages are “engaged”:
Which means he got down on one knee and gave her a dose of Narcan.
And of course they profited off of this unspeakable tragedy when one of their friends started a Facebook GoFundMe to pay for the funeral of the child whose death they were responsible for:
They also made a regular GoFundMe where they raised $484.
They were collecting cash left and right in Coventry:
Some people pointed out that the funeral home would’ve done the services for free, so why was the fundraiser necessary? Don’t worry, Kerri Ann Colwell had an answer for that one too:
“If you never lost a baby that you gave birth to and nurtured and cared for, for just under 9 months you ca’t understand were we are coming from.”
Oh yea, they did a great job caring for that baby. Things turned out great. Who would’ve thunk that these lovely troglodytes wouldn’t be the ideal parents:
Good thing they reproduced.
Somehow I can’t find any Google trophies on these winners. I have a hard time believing they’ve never been arrested before. Ya know, for something related to that “disease.” A lot of people are blaming DCYF, but unless DCYF had a reason to investigate them, they’d never come up on their radar. And without a bunch of Google trophies, I don’t see how they would’ve.
So for this one I not only blame the deadbeat killer parents, I also blame friends and family who enabled them by telling them what great parents they were. This is the woman who created the fundraisers:
“Auntie” walked into the child’s room EVERY MORNING, and didn’t notice that something was wrong. Didn’t notice that the child was being neglected. Didn’t notice that she was living with two addicts. These people all knew that mom and dad were junkboxes. They knew that they were completely unfit to care for a child. But they told them they were great parents anyway because it’s easier to do that then to tell people the truth.