This little baby has a crushed spleen and broken ribs from a brutal beating he suffered Thursday. So why have the police failed to charge anyone for the crime?
Thursday paramedics were called to a Brooklyn apartment to save the life of little 17-month-old Kymmell Oram. 32-year-old foster mother Teyuanna Cummings claims she found the baby struggling to breathe and coughing blood after she left her 19-year-old boyfriend to care for him. But her boyfriend was nowhere to be found for two days until yesterday, when he finally went to the police for questioning.
“He walked in alone without a lawyer and he’s talking,” a police source said.
Kysheen Oliver, whose nickname is “Killer,” hasn’t been charged. The 19-year-old was at the 75th Precinct stationhouse in East New York.
Oliver had been on the lam for two days, with cops seeking to question him in the beating of Kymell Oram.
The tyke’s foster mom, Teyuanna Cummings, pointed the finger at her much-younger boyfriend as she was grilled by police.
“Now the blame game begins,” a police source said.
Kymell suffered three broken ribs and a crushed spleen in a horrific attack that left him clinging to life at Brookdale University Hospital.
Cummings has told police she left Kymell with her boyfriend so she could take two other foster kids to school.
She called 911 after returning to her Fountain Ave. apartment and found the boy couldn’t breathe and was coughing up blood.
The city’s Administration for Children’s Services has asked Family Court to put Cummings’ other foster kids in protective care.
An ACS worker had paid a visit to Cummings’ apartment last month, but found nothing to suggest Kymell was in danger.
The boyfriend’s name is KILLER! And they didn’t charge him. It gets worse…
At least one employee from the city’s Administration for Children’s Services came to his foster mother’s East New York apartment, but saw nothing to suggest 17-month-old Kymell Oram might be in danger.
“The apartment was in okay shape and there was food in the refrigerator,” a police source said. “Apparently that’s all they look at.”
Neighbors said the suspected abuse was an open secret. One told the Daily News she saw Kymell more than once sitting alone crying in a hallway.
“Sometimes when the baby was crying they would leave the baby outside the door,” Maribel Pejada said. “He would hit his head against the door trying to get in. It was awful.”
Pejada heard the boy screaming Thursday morning. None of the neighbors ever called the police.
As Kymell lay near death at Brookdale University Hospital yesterday – three ribs broken and his spleen crushed – police grilled 32-year-old Teyuanna Cummings.
And they were looking to question her 19-year-old boyfriend, Kysheen Oliver, known in the neighborhood as ‘Killer.’ No one has been charged.
Cops responding to Cummings’ 911 call just after 9 a.m. Thursday about a child with difficulty breathing were horrified by what they found on Fountain Ave.
Kymell looked “like he was thrown against the wall on a daily basis” and was “covered with deep bruises,” sources said.
“That boy is her pride and joy,” said the foster mom’s lifelong friend Michael, 40. “She loves him like you wouldn’t believe. I’ve never seen a more caring mother.”
Michael said the little boy flatlined at the hospital, but the “good doctors were able to bring him back to life.”
Police sources said the boy had tears around the anus that made investigators initially think he had been sodomized.
“It is possible the injuries came from kicking the child like a ball,” one of the sources said.
WHAT THE FIZZZUCK??? Anal tears? Kicking the child like a ball? Leaving him outside in the hallway to beat his head against the door? How is that not enough evidence to charge both of these muhfuggas????