Emrick Osuna Death – Dead: 9-year-old Emrick Osuna has sadly passed away. Emrick Osuna was reported to have died over the weekend.
Information from sources has it that Emrick Osuna was found by Meridian Police earlier last week. He was reported be unresponsive, with no heartbeat.
The Ada County Coroner’s Office said it was notified of Emrik’s death by St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center Pediatric Care Unity on September 2.
The police report also revealed that Emerick Osuna was outwardly malnourished and vomiting from his mouth.
Information gathered from an Online courts says Emrick Osuna stepmother, Monique Desiree has been charged for his murder. His father as well has been charged with injury to a child and infliction of great bodily harm.
The Prosecutor Kelly said Emrick stepmother has confessed to police that she kicked and beat the boy with a variety of items, including a frying pan, belt, and leash, which his stepmother he would say he used it because it was “heavier” than the belt.
People react to Emrick Osuna’s Death
Hickling who alleged that Emrick Osuna was murdered and abused by his parents wrote – Emrick Osuna was murdered and abused by his parents. So heartbreaking. I just watch the video and I cry every time I see his beautiful face. RIP Little angel Pensive face two hearts justice will be served #justiceforemrick.
Diana reacted and wrote in a series of tweets – As a parent, I will never understand how you can abuse or watch your kid get abused by your significant other. My heart is so broken reading what had happened to Emrick Osuna. 9 years old. I wish I could’ve held him and took him away.
Lyss wrote – Emrick Osuna deserves better than what his parents gave to him. His life was taken the SAME WAY Gabriel Fernandez was.
More On Emrick Osuna Death
Osuna reportedly has admitted to police that she had kicked her stepson in the groin and beat him with various household objects, among them a frying pan, a wooden spoon, a backscratcher and a belt, which she later swapped for a dog leash because it was heavier.
The married mother-of-four also allegedly tortured Emrik by locking him in a closet at night, feeding him nothing but rice and water for weeks, and subjecting him to strenuous physical exercise as punishment, including protracted wall sits and jumping jacks.
According to the prosecutor, Osuna only allowed Emrik to stop exercising when she took a break from work.
The boy’s father allegedly was aware of the abuse but failed to stop it.
The prosecutor also said there is evidence that the couple waited more than four hours to seek help for Emrik as he lay dying at home.
At around 5 pm on Tuesday, Erik allegedly texted his wife, telling her that they needed to take his son to the hospital and that he was scared.
But it was not until just before 9.40 pm that evening that the Meridian Police Department received a 911 call reporting that a child was not breathing.
Emergency responders arrived at the Rushmore Apartments in the 1000 block of W. Broadway Avenue and found Emrik with no heartbeat.
‘Officers observed that the victim showed signs of abuse,’ according to a police press release.