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Two Florida women were arrested after investigators said she left five kids alone in the house, and a 4-year-old girl who threw a knife that cuts a 9-year-old boy in the back of the head.
The boy’s injuries, took place last Friday in the Port of St. That’s when his younger sister threw the knife in the direction of a television set, police said. The blade bounced off the booth and hit him in the head with it.
The doctors have been treated, cut to a hospital, police said. Later, the boy, and the police said that he was in good health.”
Other 30-year-old Julie Belliard, left, and her mother, Marie-Anne, 55.
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The boy’s 8-year-old brother, called out with the help of a neighbor, John Pusateri, WPBF-TV reported.
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“I mean, he was just bleeding from the head,” she told the station. “Well, it was scary.”
The police accused the children’s grandmother, Marie-Anne, 55, left them alone in the house. The nine-year-old, was the oldest. The youngest of the three, according to police.
The children’s mother, Julie Rue, 30, was at work, and Pierre had gone to pick her up, police said.
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Pierre Belliard was arrested on child-neglect charges. Belliard was aware of the children had been left alone in the house, according to police.
The police, who had responded to the home noticed that the children appeared to be unwashed, unkempt, with several bug bites on their legs, WPTV reported.
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In a news release, police said the two women were at the height of the home they live in with the children in the miserable conditions and the terms and conditions are not suitable for human life.”
The child of the well-being of the workers took custody of the children, police said. It was not clear whether the women had attorneys.