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Idaho Woman Arrested after Beating Kids with Belt; 17-year-old Victim emailed Police about the Incident: Authorities

Idaho Woman Arrested after Beating Kids with Belt; 17-year-old Victim emailed Police about the Incident: Authorities

A 43-year-old woman faces a serious charge following a report from a 17-year-old who alleged that she had been assaulted with a belt.

Alejandra Adriana Molina-Perez faces charges of felony injury to a child, misdemeanor injury to a child, and misdemeanor violation of a domestic violence protection order.

At approximately 6:50 p.m. on Saturday, an Idaho Falls Police officer responded to a residence following a report of child abuse.

Based on court documents, the reporting party mentioned receiving emails from the victim, who is 17 years old.

The emails recount a disturbing incident where the victim was forcibly pulled inside, her hair was yanked, and her belongings were damaged. The victim wrote “dragged me inside by my hair, she broke my (expletive) claw clip and then slammed m(e) on the (expletive) couch with all her force by my hair and proceeded to (expletive) take her belt and literally beat me w it…i have a BIG a** bruise on my arm bro…”

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Additionally, the victim provided photographic evidence of the injuries. According to police reports, there is a significant contusion on her upper left arm that extends from the bottom of the shoulder to the middle triceps area.

The wound had a dark and discolored appearance, spanning across a significant area of her skin. Additionally, it was reported that the victim had several other contusions on her body, including a large group spanning from her lower back/torso to the thigh/waist area.

Officers discovered that Molina-Perez was subject to an active no-contact order, which was put in place to protect the victim and her family. Molina-Perez was not expected to be at the victim’s residence.

Upon arrival at the victim’s residence, law enforcement officers were informed that Molina-Perez and the victim were not present.

Later, they received a call from the reporting party, who mentioned receiving another email from the victim. The email stated that she was at the home with Molina-Perez but had been instructed to remain quiet due to the presence of the police.

Finally, Molina-Perez and the victim emerged from a back bedroom, prompting officers and child protective services to commence interviews with everyone present in the residence.

The victim stated that Molina-Perez was present at the residence upon her arrival on Thursday night, leading to a heated argument between the two.

According to reports, Molina-Perez allegedly forcefully pulled her inside the residence by grabbing the back of her hair. Afterwards, she led her to the rear of the couch in the living room, removed a belt, and proceeded to use it to whip the victim.

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Photos of the injuries were taken by child protective services, and the victim’s guardian was interviewed by the police. According to the individual, they were in their bedroom with another child and claimed to have no knowledge of any physical altercation between the victim and Molina-Perez.

Eventually, he confessed to the authorities that the disturbance had startled him awake and that a belt had been involved. The individual informed the authorities that they were awakened by the sound of the belt.

Based on police reports, a child in the home later informed the officer that they witnessed Molina-Perez “standing over the victim, holding the belt, and whipping her.” The child expressed his distress, stating that such incidents occur frequently. He also shared that he had personally experienced being hit with a belt by Molina-Perez.

Officers proceeded to engage with Molina-Perez, who exclusively communicates in Spanish, prompting the involvement of another officer for translation purposes. Police report states that Molina-Perez admitted to raising her voice and criticizing the victim during a heated disagreement.

She confessed to forcefully grabbing the victim’s hair and using a belt to intimidate her. According to her statement to the police, she admitted to striking the side of the furniture with the belt, where the victim happened to be sitting.

Molina-Perez was subsequently taken into custody and processed at the Bonneville County Jail. Child Protective Services took custody of the two children in the home after obtaining an order of removal, ensuring their emergency placement.

Molina-Perez was taken into custody with a bond set at $25,000, and a no-contact order was put in place. Her presence has been requested for a preliminary hearing scheduled for June 12.

If found guilty, she may be sentenced to a maximum of 12 years in prison and be required to pay fines totaling $61,000.

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