It’s been almost two weeks due to the fact an abused 7-12 months-aged Bronx female died — but cops who mentioned they ended up waiting around on autopsy results in advance of producing an arrest in the case even now haven’t billed anybody.
Autopsy effects exhibiting Julissia Batties died of “blunt drive stomach trauma” have been accessible considering that at the very least Aug. 16, the metropolis medical examiner’s place of work instructed The Submit.
“I want justice for my granddaughter and I really do not have an understanding of why no 1 is in custody now. If the Health-related Examiner called it a homicide, why is no 1 arrested but?” reported Julissia’s grandmother, Yolanda Davis, who had custody of the kid for most of the girl’s small lifetime. “You all said you ended up waiting around for the Medical Examiner and now you received the success from the Health care Examiner and no one has finished practically nothing nevertheless.”
There was a known record of violence in the child’s household, and an alleged admission from her 17-calendar year-previous 50 %-brother that he punched Julissia eight moments in the deal with the day she died — however it was afterwards identified those blows ended up not what finally killed her, sources have explained.
The assault took place when their mom, Navasia Jones, took a 5 a.m. excursion to the retail outlet, resources mentioned. Hrs later, Julissia, who was thanks to get started second-quality upcoming thirty day period, started throwing up, prompting Jones to call 911.
Authorities arrived to uncover Julissia’s lifeless system, with proof of earlier trauma all in excess of Jones claimed her daughter experienced fallen and hit her head on a desk, resources pointed out. The girl was introduced to Lincoln Hospital but could not be saved.
Sources from the NYPD and the Bronx District Attorney’s Place of work earlier advised The Write-up they were being waiting around on autopsy success for Julissia in advance of filing any fees.
But the NYPD mentioned Friday only that the circumstance is regarded as a homicide, and an investigation continues to be ongoing.
“The detective informed me he is ready for the DA,” said Davis, who thinks Jones and the half-brother are liable for Julissia’s dying. “So when are they likely to get the folks who did this in custody simply because individuals are the only two people today who should be in custody — the mother and the brother.”
Julissia was put in Jones’ everlasting custody just months in advance of her death.