After “intentionally leaving him in a boiling hot car,” the father killed his infant son.

According to reports, a father killed his infant son after “intentionally” leaving him in a hot car for five hours so he wouldn’t cause a disturbance inside the home.

While his mother was at work, the victim, a 14-month-old boy named Kyler Parrott, was reportedly locked in the car by his father, Landon Scott Parrott, 19.

The child might have experienced temperatures of more than 54 degrees Celsius, according to police estimates.

After police released CCTV of a gunman fleeing, Olivia Pratt-Korbel’s murderer was arrested.

According to Det. “We estimate that would have made the interior of the car about 130 degrees and this child was in there strapped into a car seat with no fluids, no air conditioning, nothing,” Capt. WJW was informed by Ty Norris of the New Philadelphia Police Department.

The dad is charged with murder, two counts of endangering children, and involuntary manslaughter

“Heartbreaking. It’s heartbreaking to watch this happen in front of you.

On a $250,000 (£217k) bond for murder, two counts of endangering children, and involuntary manslaughter, Parrott is incarcerated in the Tuscarawas County Jail.

The Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital staff informed the police that the defendant had taken the unresponsive child to the emergency room.

According to police, “during the initial investigation, the detectives discovered conflicting information being provided by the father.”

The father admitted to the detectives what had happened to his son as the investigation went on and more evidence was gathered, according to the report.

According to Norris, who spoke to WJW, “Dad’s version basically was that he found the child after he exited the restroom and the child was unconscious.”

Incriminating CCTV footage of him allegedly loading the child into the car was then played for him.

According to the interview, it seems that this was a deliberate decision made so that the child wouldn’t cause a disturbance inside the home, according to police.

The father allegedly even acknowledged knowing the risks of leaving kids in hot cars after seeing news accounts of similar accidents.

Det. Capt. “This is about this poor mother and this poor child who were just trying to work and pay their bills and find justice for both of them,” Ty Norris continued.

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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