A mother who caused her death by abusing her young children and tried to cover her wounds with temporary tattoos was rescued for a while by her mother from the police, who are now aware of her actions. The accused faces criminal charges.
Maddox Williams’ grandmother Sherry Johnson, a 3-year-old boy who was allegedly beaten by her own mother last month, has also been indicted. According to a report in the people The magazine, Johnson, was arrested on June 30 and charged with obstructing the arrest or prosecution of his daughter, Maddox’s mother, Jessica Treffen.
Johnson, 59, allegedly lied to investigators about Trefin’s whereabouts on June 23, Maine State Police said. He told authorities he had unloaded his daughter at the launch of the boat at Searsport just hours after Maddox was killed. However, surveillance footage revealed that Johnson’s car had never been in the area.
Johnson later changed his mind, saying he had left Treffin at his home in Bucksport. After further investigation, he admitted that he had kept his daughter in his house. He is accused of helping his daughter, and a judge has ordered her not to have any contact with the accused.
Trevon, 35, has been in custody since June 23, three days after Maddox’s death. He has not yet filed a single count of murder against him. He has set a 2,000 bail bond.
Maddox’s shock came on June 20 with a shock of blunt force. The autopsy showed that the abusive boy was bleeding profusely due to a broken intestine. He also had a broken spinal cord, bleeding from the brain, and injuries to his arms, legs and head, which were covered with temporary stick tattoos.
When his mother took him to the emergency room, he told staff that the little boy had strapped to the ground and was kicked by his 8-year-old sister. He also told authorities that “he doesn’t know how” his son would get such injuries, except that “he got hurt very easily and his children would play wild and crazy.”
However, the medical examiner told police that the boy’s injuries were “caused by children playing, falling off a trampoline, or being knocked down by a dog.”