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Sunday, November 03, 2013

Woman, 33, 'threw toddler to the ground' in a rage that killed the 3-year-old at her in-home daycare center

OMG, my heart is broken for these parents. What a senseless loss of their sweet little girl. May Autumn RIP eternally with our Heavenly Father and may the woman who did this to her never see the outside of a prison again!!

Tragic: Autumn Elgersma, 3, died from head injuries after being 'thrown to the floor' by a woman running a daycare centre
Tragic: Autumn Elgersma, 3, died from head injuries after being 'thrown to the floor' by a woman running a daycare centre
Mail Online:
"Woman, 33, 'threw toddler to the ground' in a rage that killed the 3-year-old at her in-home daycare centre in Iowa
Orange City toddler, Autumn Elgersma, 3, died on Thursday from severe brain trauma and a fractured skull
Rochelle Sapp, 33, who runs the in-home daycare centre at her home, admitted to police she threw the girl to the ground after she refused to remove her coat
She first told the mother that Autumn had fallen down the stairs
Sapp has been charged in the girl's death"

Admitted: Rochelle Lynn Sapp, 33, who runs a daycare centre in Orange City, Iowa, told police she got angry when Autumn refused to remove her coat
What a smug look for someone who killed a little girl 
A woman running a daycare centre in Iowa has been charged in the death of a 3-year-old girl who she ‘threw to the ground’ because she refused to take off her coat.

The Orange City toddler, Autumn Elgersma, daughter of Phillip and Jennifer Elgersma, died on Thursday from her head injuries after two days in hospital.
The child was injured in the home of Rochelle Lynn Sapp, 33, who runs a daycare centre at her home in 706 10th Street SE, in eastern Orange City, according to police.
Court documents say Sapp called the girl’s mother shortly after 9am and told her Autumn had fallen down the stairs.
Huge loss: The little girl's parents said Autumn was 'a joy in our lives'
Huge loss: The little girl's parents said Autumn was 'a joy in our lives'


Mrs Elgersma picked up her daughter immediately and brought her to the Orange City hospital where she was diagnosed with a head injury, according to KTIV.
The girl was airlifted to the Sanford Children's Hospital in Sioux Falls in North Dakota where doctors discovered the child suffered a fractured skull and brain trauma.


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