A three-year-old toddler in Hawaii died after drowning in the pool of his own vomit with multiple lacerations and bruises on his body. The three-year-old was allegedly thrashed by his foster mother until the blood from his blood vessels in his eyes burst.
The foster carer identified as Chasity Alcosiba-McKenzie was held under the custody in connection with the death of the three-year-old toddler Fabian Garcia on July 25, 2017. The suspect claimed that the boy had a bad fall at her house in South Kohala, Hawaii.
When the authorities found the toddler, they discovered the baby with severe wounds and multiple bruises in his head. The records claimed that the boy died to trauma to his head, and the authorities suspected the continuous abuse.
The trauma to his head has resulted in the bursting of blood vessels in his head. The victim’s family was stranded in the limbo for almost two and a half years, waiting for their beloved Fabian’s murderer to stand legally liable. On October 23, the accusation was legalized electronically in the court that mentioned the 45-year-old intentionally left Fabian to die.
Following this, the court issued a January 7, 2020 date to bring Alcosiba-McKenzie in court for further hearing.
The victim’s parents, Sherri-Ann Garett and Juben Garcia, reportedly sued the Department of Human Services who assigned the caregivers. They wanted to bring change in the foster care system so that no other family may go through a horrible time the same as theirs.
The parents always believed that their kid was the victim of regular abuse from the foster carer during the ongoing investigation. But the reason why the couple put Garcia with his younger sibling is still unknown.