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11-Year-Old Stabbed to Death and Pregnant Mom Fighting for Life in Chicago after Judge refused Protection

11-Year-Old Stabbed to Death and Pregnant Mom Fighting for Life in Chicago after Judge refused Protection

Chicago, IL: Before Wednesday’s attack on her home in the Edgewater neighborhood, a pregnant mother had applied for a protective order. Her son, who was eleven years old, was also a victim. The youngster passed away as a consequence of the stabbing assault.

Despite her warning the judge that she was afraid for her life and could be harmed, the emergency order of protection was denied.

Because charges had been issued as of Thursday, CBS 2 is not naming the suspect who was arrested. CBS 2 also found out that the suspect has a history of violence and was just released from prison.

The kid, identified as Jaydone Perkins, was 11 years old, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office. After the incident in an apartment complex on Peterson Avenue and North Ravenswood Avenue, he died of chest stab wounds. On Thursday, his mom remained in critical condition at Evanston’s Ascension St. Francis Hospital.

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In a courtroom appearance on February 21, Jaydone’s mother sought an urgent restraining order against “harassment, physical abuse, and stalking.”

She spoke up about her terror, claiming the man had threatened her and her family in multiple text messages. He was planning to ambush me as I slept outside my house. I have pictures.

Included in her plea for an emergency order was her want for protection “for my safety, for him to stay away from me and my apartment and my children.”

But the court rejected the mother’s request for an emergency order, finding that she “presented insufficient evidence of an emergency.”

The man had previously served time for parole violations and was thus already incarcerated. His most recent incarceration was for an attempted break-in at the apartment of the same family, according to records.

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The judge rejected the urgent order, but postponed the case for a normal protection order hearing on March 13. Before being summoned to appear in court, the suspect was freed from prison.

The mother was preparing to appear before the judge again at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 13, to discuss the order of protection when her ex-boyfriend allegedly turned up, stabbed her, and killed their son, according to the police.

The suspect has been the subject of four separate orders of protection, each issued by a different woman beginning in 2004, according to court records. At the same time, the suspect has a criminal record that begins in the early 2000s, with numerous convictions for domestic violence.

According to court records, the guy was given a 16-year jail term in 2017 for a 2015 home invasion involving one of the women who had a restraining order. However, he was granted release in October of last year, after serving around eight years. Court documents revealed that the man “forced his way into the apartment of his former girlfriend,” “attacked [girlfriend] and threatened her 15-year-old son,” and finally “put a gun to [girlfriend’s] chin… pushed her up against the wall… and began choking her.”

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