Dakota Kurtis means denied bond in hunter means murder

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Dakota Kurtis means.

Bond was rejected because an Oregon man was accused of killing his son. Dakota Kurtis means22 years old, facing two counts of second-degree murder in Hunter means‘die, follow Oregonians.

He is said to have texted his wife before his arrest, saying he was worried about being charged with manslaughter.

“You running away makes it look like you did something,” she allegedly wrote back. “Whatever feelings you may have towards law enforcement, let’s put them aside for our children.”

Means was previously sentenced to a term and one year supervised release for threatening a federal employee amid heated, sometimes violent protests against the Minneapolis man. George Floyd died in captivity. (The jury later identified Officer Derek Chauvin killed him.)

Means tracked down the federal employee on August 24, 2020, cursing him while carrying a paintball gun, the government said.

“It’s a paintball gun now, but it will become an AR later on,” he said in the DOJ’s account. Authorities assumed he was talking about an AR-15 assault rifle.

Online records show Means pleaded guilty to one count of assaulting a federal officer. He was sentenced back on January 25, 2021. It was the following April that he was at his apartment.

According to officials, Hunter’s mother said she asked Means to change the baby’s diaper while she was about to step outside to smoke a cigarette.

At some point, defendant Means allegedly told her to come back because the baby was crying and needed her. She said no. Nghia slammed the sliding door and called his wife a few minutes later. Authorities said the mother found the child limping. Hunter’s breath could not be detected. At the time, the boy was six weeks old. He was taken to the hospital, but he died in August.

Dr. Adebimpe Adewusi testified that Hunter’s brain injury was irreversible. The child was a victim of physical abuse and “torturous head trauma.” These injuries can cause him to lose consciousness instantly, and are too serious if he accidentally falls or falls, she said.

Investigators determined that Means hit his son’s skull with something.

The alleged wife told investigators at first that she could see the defendant Nghia from outside the apartment, but she changed her story, assuming this was because Nghia was inside. outside the interview room.

“He could read me like a book,” she said. She now claims that Means has been “really physically violent” with her in the past and “treats me like an animal.”

Hunter and his one-year-old brother are also said to have shown signs of healing from their rib fracture.

Protected Area Russell Barnett There is not enough evidence to prove Hunter suffered a broken rib. He thinks the baby may have been injured before the signs of a bran wound became apparent.

“This case absolutely terrified me,” Barnett said. “Someone can do the best they can … and be charged with murder.”

[Booking photo via Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office]

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James Brien

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