& Return=https %3A%2F% 2Fjournaltimes. com%2Fnews%2Flocal% 2Fcrime-and-courts %2Fracine-woman-charged-for-allegedly-allowing-son-to-die-on-bathroom-floor-of-home-she%2Farticle_9da316b4-cdaa-5d4f-922d-b5fadffd861e. html #tracking-source= green-subscribe-button & ir =true”class =”btn btn-success”> RACINE– A Racine female remained in cops custody Thursday after allegedly permitting her adult child to pass away on the bathroom flooring after he appeared to have broken a number of bones in a fall from his wheelchair days previously. He was apparently left on the flooring for numerous days prior to his death, according to a criminal grievance
Christensen Cheryl Christensen, 60, is charged with negligently
subjecting an at-risk person to abuse causing death, which is a felony, in addition to misdemeanor obstructing an officer and disorderly conduct.
Police concerned Christensen's house, on the 2600 block of West Crescent Street, on Oct. 28 for a well-being examine her 46-year-old son after other loved ones ended up being worried about his well-being. The male had suffered physical and brain injuries when he was struck by a lorry at age 14; Christensen acted as his caregiver. After breaching the front door that Christensen was trying to barricade on Oct. 28, cops found her kid dead under a blanket on the restroom
floor. Christensen later on informed police that the victim had fallen out of bed a number of days prior. He was screaming in discomfort and she thought he had actually broken bones. She
couldn't get him back into his wheelchair, so she dragged him to the bathroom and gave him tablets to help relieve the discomfort. Christensen told cops that she supplied the victim with water and juice for
around four days before she claimed that he began refusing sustenance. Christensen said that she didn't call for help since she did not want her child to die in a healthcare facility, that she wanted him to die peacefully. She said she thought his health had actually remained in decrease and he was”on his escape”anyway. Other relatives stated he had actually visited a medical professional the previous month and had been given a clean expense of health. Inside the home, cops
observed a red line painted on the floor, a red cross painted across the tv and red paint splashed on the walls. All the doors were marked with red X's. Christensen described the red paint by stating”the house had a mad energy to it. “She included that she believed there were possibly satanic forces in your home. Relatives informed cops they were fretted about the victim because they had not seen or spoken with him in a while and due to Christensen's psychological health issues. She had actually obviously been sending out significant sums of cash to a preacher in Texas that she had been following on YouTube.
When police at first entered the house, Christensen locked herself in a room and told officers, “You're not taking me out of here alive,” according to the criminal grievance.
She stated she was going to have one of the officers eliminate her. After police got through the door, Christensen started tossing things at them and police utilized a Taser on her to get her under control.
A $50,000 arrest warrant was issued for Christensen on Nov. 2 and she was brought into custody on Thursday. A $3,000 cash bond was set for Christensen in Racine County Circuit Court on Thursday afternoon.
A preliminary hearing is set for 9:30 a.m. on Nov. 18 at the Law Enforcement Center, 717 Wisconsin Ave.
Today's mugshots: Nov. 12 These are images of individuals charged with a criminal activity in Racine County. Booking pictures are offered by Racine County law enforcement officials. An accused is presumed innocent unless proven guilty and convicted.
Cheryl A Christensen
Cheryl A Christensen, 2600 block of West Crescent Street, Racine, negligently subject a private at risk to abuse(cause death), obstructing an officer, disorderly conduct. Ricardo Mendoza Jr. NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Ricardo Mendoza Jr., 1500 block of Deane Boulevard, Racine, drive or run a lorry without owner's authorization, felony bail jumping.
Marcus D Montgomery Marcus D Montgomery, 900 block of Superior Street, Racine, very first degree recklessly endangering safety, ownership of short-barreled shotgun or
rifle, injury by irresponsible handling of a hazardous weapon, misdemeanor bail leaping. Tony A Panure
alt=”Tony Panure”class=”img-responsive lazyload complete default”width=”125″height=” 150″data-sizes=”vehicle”data-srcset=”https://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/journaltimes.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/e/3b/e3ba9161-1be3-5073-9504-a023d1c26aba/5fad95aa2db67.image.jpg?resize=125%2C150″/ > Tony A Panure, 8400 block of Chara Drive, Burlington, running a motor vehicle while under the influence(4th offense, general alcohol concentration enhancer), resisting an officer. Eric Pletz
Eric Pletz, 1400 block of Washington Avenue, Racine, sex transgressor windows registry offense, tampering with a global placing system tracking device. Julia M Rasmussen
Julia M Rasmussen, Franksville, Wisconsin, belongings of narcotic drugs, carrying a hidden weapon. Cavetta L Spencer Cavetta L Spencer, Hazel Crest, Illinois, felony individual ID theft (monetary gain), felony retail theft (purposefully take in between $ 500-$ 5,000). Katelyn S Spiegelhoff Katelyn S Spiegelhoff, 1700 block of New Street, Union Grove, ownership of drug paraphernalia, felony bail jumping, misdemeanor bail leaping. Lazhaun D West Lazhaun D West, 1700 block of Edgewood Avenue, Racine, strangulation and suffocation (domestic abuse assessments), misdemeanor battery (domestic abuse assessments), disorderly conduct (domestic abuse evaluations) Get the most recent in local public security news with this weekly email.