Where is the child’s father Calib J. Scott after Stephanie Holly is arrested and charged with the death of her 5-month-old son?

Where is the father of child Calib J. Scott after Stephanie Holly was arrested and charged in the death of her 5 month old son?

A Volusia County lady has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for the death of her 5-month-old baby, who died after being punched and thrown to the ground after refusing to stop sobbing.

The 5-month-old was killed on June 12, 2019, when his father dropped him on his head and slammed him against a table, according to Michigan State Police.

Daemon, the deceased couple’s child, was about five months old and weighed about 12 pounds. A report claims that on June 11, 2019, Scott called 911 to report that his son was having trouble breathing while the family was residing in a mobile home at 19 N. Yonge St. in Ormond Beach.

Stephanie Holly arrested

Stephanie Holly arrested

Stephanie Holly is being held and charged with killing her 5 month old son.

According to the State’s Attorney’s Office for Volusia and Flagler Counties, Stephanie Holly, 37, has pleaded not guilty to counts of child neglect causing substantial bodily harm, failure to report child abuse / child neglect and criminal negligence revealing injuries.

On Friday, Circuit Judge Dawn Nichols found Holly guilty and she was sentenced to 12 years in prison with an additional eight years of probation. The state’s case was successfully prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Andrew Urbanak. The sentence was handed down by the judge who oversaw the case, the Honorable Dawn Nichols.

She claimed the child’s injuries were caused by a box fan accidentally falling on her face. She said she was unaware of the child’s cigarette burn and that he believed his injuries were “not that serious”, according to a police report.

Where is Calib J. Scott, the child’s father?

Caleb J. Scott, the baby’s father, was convicted of first degree murder, gross child abuse and negligence endangering grievous bodily harm. He is currently incarcerated.

Scott allegedly cared for Damon at Ormond Beach in 2019 as the child kept sobbing, the prosecution alleges. The 5-month-old child was allegedly beaten several times and thrown to the ground by the accused in an attempt to appease the moans.

When emergency personnel arrived, they discovered Damon was dehydrated and unconscious. He was transferred to a nearby hospital where he was later pronounced dead. According to the arrest report, medical personnel found the boy had bruises in various stages of healing, facial injuries and possibly a cigarette burn behind his ear.

Additionally, in 2020, Holly, Scott’s ex-girlfriend, was detained in Michigan. Ormond Beach police questioned Holly in June 2019 after Scott and Holly contacted 911 to report their baby was not breathing.

Stephanie Holly is being held in Volusia County Women’s Jail.

After being detained, Stephanie Holly was brought to the Volusia County Women’s Jail. A year ago, the couple’s 5-month-old child, Daemon Scott, was murdered. Holly is being held in Monroe on $210,000 bond pending extradition to Florida.

All inmates and guests arriving at the Volusia County Women’s Jail would be subject to search. Under Florida law, contraband includes items such as firearms or items that can be used as weapons (such as a key fob that also functions as a pen knife), prescription and illegal narcotics , over-the-counter pharmaceutical or cosmetic products and tobacco products.

The arrest was hailed by Ormond Beach Police Chief Jesse Godfrey as another example of the department’s excellent investigative work and cooperation with the state’s attorney’s office. The witness states, “Baby Daemon, the victim, will be properly represented in court.” “I have no doubt that justice will be served in this difficult investigation.”

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