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Baby died after dad threw her, police sayCRESTVIEW - (AP)

 

-- A father faces murder charges after telling police he threw his 14-month-old daughter 12 feet across a kitchen to keep the child from crawling near a pile of trash.

 

An autopsy performed Wednesday found that the child, Nicole P. Sarvis, died Tuesday night of blunt force trauma to the head.

 

The father, Derrick Adam Sarvis, 22, told investigators he had been sweeping in the kitchen when the baby crawled toward the pile of trash in their Panhandle home. To keep her away, he threw her into an adjacent room, Crestview police Lt. Jamie Grant said.

 

Grant said investigators found bruising and other signs indicating the child had been abused for some time. The mother, Crystal Sarvis, 25, faces felony neglect charges for not telling police about the alleged ongoing abuse.

 

The mother discovered the child unresponsive about 8:30 p.m. when she came home for a dinner break from her job as a cab driver, police said. The mother called 911 while rushing the baby to the hospital in her cab, but the baby was pronounced dead on arrival.

 

Derrick and Crystal Sarvis were being held today in the Okaloosa County Jail. Bond had not been set pending a first appearance.

 

 

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The mother discovered the child unresponsive about 8:30 p.m. when she came home for a dinner break from her job as a cab driver, police said. The mother called 911 while rushing the baby to the hospital in her cab, but the baby was pronounced dead on arrival.

That's the part I can't get past.

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The mother discovered the child unresponsive about 8:30 p.m. when she came home for a dinner break from her job as a cab driver, police said. The mother called 911 while rushing the baby to the hospital in her cab, but the baby was pronounced dead on arrival.

That's the part I can't get past.

Same here....she was driving a cab in the Panhandle. Up here in Tally (aka the big Panhandle city) we don't have many cabs, how do they out in Okaloosa County?

 

Also, why was she working? What did he do for a living?

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The mother discovered the child unresponsive about 8:30 p.m. when she came home for a dinner break from her job as a cab driver, police said. The mother called 911 while rushing the baby to the hospital in her cab, but the baby was pronounced dead on arrival.

That's the part I can't get past.

Same here....she was driving a cab in the Panhandle. Up here in Tally (aka the big Panhandle city) we don't have many cabs, how do they out in Okaloosa County?

 

Also, why was she working? What did he do for a living?

 

Who cares?

 

Also, I'll bet 100 bucks he wasn't working.

 

Baby died after dad threw her, police sayCRESTVIEW - (AP)

 

-- A father faces murder charges after telling police he threw his 14-month-old daughter 12 feet across a kitchen to keep the child from crawling near a pile of trash.

 

 

That's the part I can't get past

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The mother discovered the child unresponsive about 8:30 p.m. when she came home for a dinner break from her job as a cab driver, police said. The mother called 911 while rushing the baby to the hospital in her cab, but the baby was pronounced dead on arrival.

That's the part I can't get past.

Same here....she was driving a cab in the Panhandle. Up here in Tally (aka the big Panhandle city) we don't have many cabs, how do they out in Okaloosa County?

 

Also, why was she working? What did he do for a living?

no, cape.

 

i couldn't get past the fact that she's a 25-year-old chick who drives a cab.

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