Savage! Dallas Family Sentenced To Prison For Beating And Stomping On Pregnant 13-Year-Old
Things are really happening oh! The ghetto just keeps reinventing things negatively and this time, a Dallas family have been sentenced to prison for beating and stomping on the stomach of a pregnant 13-year-old until she miscarried. It’s understood the victim, 19, was eight months pregnant when she was attacked in 2013. She had been raped by her brother Robert Cayald in August 2012, which resulted in pregnancy.
According to The Dallas Morning News, Sharon Jones, 47, was sentenced to 12 years; her daughter, Cecila McDonald, 28, was sentenced to seven years; and her 29-year-old son, Cedric Jones Jr, was sentenced to five years in prison. They pleaded guilty to felony family violence aggravated assault. In 2016, another man, Lonnell McDonald, received 10 years in prison after being convicted of aggravated assault in the attack. It’s gathered Robert Cayald, 24, was found incompetent to stand trial last year, and his case is pending.
According to reports, after the teen’s grandmother died, she alongside her younger sister, were sent to Dallas to live with their aunt, Sharon Jones. However, the victim and two of her siblings moved into Cecila McDonald’s apartment, where Lonnell McDonald and Cayald also lived. In court, the teen testified that she told Cecila McDonald and Jones that Cayald had sexually abused Cecila McDonald’s three young children.
According to an affidavit, Cecila McDonald ‘became very nervous’ and worried that CPS would take away her children if they learned that the teen was pregnant and that Cayald was living with her. So they first tried to abort the baby by forcing the teen to take birth control pills and cinnamon tablets. When that failed, they held down the teen and took turns stomping on her pregnant belly. It’s understood that while the attack went on, Cecila McDonald yelled at the teen, ‘B***h, you ain’t about to get my kids taken away from me.’
The baby was stillborn and placed in a five-gallon bucket. The family then tried to burn the remains on a grill. They were unsuccessful at this so Jones gave her son $25 to dispose of the body. He hid the remains in a bag in an unknown location.
The defense attorneys for the trio argued that the attack was a small mark on an otherwise clean record. They added that the defendants should be granted leniency as they had been part of Bible studies and classes in jail. However, Burris argued that the defendants merely hid the evil they were capable of.
‘Most people would treat strangers better,’ Burris said. ‘Yet these people did it to someone they promised to love.’
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