Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Lady Attacks Baby, Tries to Break Off His Arm So She Could Eat It

We've seen and heard our share of crazy (see Exhibit No. 65,698,165), but this story is just something else. The Los Angeles police say Natasha Hubbard, 36, snatched a 4-month-old boy from his stroller and slammed him into the metal railing of a truck because she wanted to eat his arm. True story.
Adriana Miranda, 29, was pushing her 4-month-old son in a stroller [in Downtown LA on July 21 around 1pm] when Hubbard allegedly reached into the stroller, unbelted the infant and swung him overhead, police said. She then slammed him into the metal rail of a nearby truck. Police said the mother and her sister tried to fight the woman off. Miranda was eventually able to grab her baby, but Hubbard allegedly kept trying to fight, scratching at her while Miranda held the baby in her arms. Police said the mother and aunt ran into a nearby store for help as Hubbard ran away, but the store owner pushed them back out onto the street. Officers were able to find Hubbard after witnesses pointed her out. She was charged with aggravated assault and bail was set at $30,000. She is on probation in two separate cases, one for narcotics and another for battery. Her prior arrests also include aggravated assault and carrying dangerous weapons. Vernon said Hubbard told detectives at the police station that she tried to break off the baby’s arm so she could eat it. The baby was treated for minor bruises and scratches.
source: LA TIMES
Girl, if you're hungry, there are food pantries available or you can panhandle or offer to give someone a professional to buy some food. There's no need for this. Police believe there may be other victims and is asking anyone who's arm was chewed off or assaulted by a crazy woman -- wait, that is a woman, right? -- to come forward.
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