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Texas man sentenced to life in prison for killing two-year-old

A Texas man will spend the remainder of his life in prison for beating his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter to demise after the little woman put her footwear on the improper toes.

Jadin Nunez, 27, was sentenced in Bell County final week after a jury discovered him responsible of murdering Shannah McAlpine again in 2019, the Killeen Daily Herald reports.

Prosecutors mentioned police discovered the little woman unresponsive and coated in bruises once they had been known as to the house the place she lived with Nunez and her mom, Ashley Marie McAlpine, in September 2019.

Nunez began beating Shannah when she put her footwear on the improper toes as they had been preparing to go a retailer to decide up provides for her birthday celebration, authorities mentioned.

He struck the woman throughout the face earlier than holding her in the air and punching her in the abdomen thrice.

According to police, 2-year-old Shanna McAlpine was killed when Jadin Nunez punched her in the abdomen a number of instances for placing her footwear on the improper toes.

Shannah’s mom informed investigators she known as 911 hours later after she discovered her daughter’s abdomen “swollen and hot.”

McAlpine mentioned she had tried to put the woman in the bathe to cool her down, however she was unable to stand on her personal and was having bother respiratory.

The little woman died of blunt drive trauma to her abdomen, in accordance to her post-mortem.

Shanna McAlpine's mother attempted to cool her daughter down in a shower after finding the two-year-old stomach stomach “swollen and hot.”
Shanna McAlpine’s mom tried to cool her daughter down in a bathe after discovering the 2-year-old’s abdomen “swollen and hot.”

Nunez was arrested two days after the little woman’s demise.

McAlpine was charged in December final year with damage to a baby after authorities mentioned she allegedly failed to cease Nunez from beating her little one.

She has pleaded not responsible and is scheduled to face courtroom on Friday.

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