Chelsea Crompton, according to the sheriff’s office, is charged with the murder of a four-year-old girl in Catawba County. The investigation into potential criminal activities involving Hazel Lidey’s death at a property in Vale, California, was made public by deputies earlier this week.
On November 25, it was revealed that Chelsea Crompton, Hazel’s father’s girlfriend, had been accused of killing the small girl. Crompton is being held in the neighborhood jail without bond after being taken into custody in Madison County. According to Catawba County Sheriff Donald Brown, “Our communities have been shocked by the needless violence that resulted in Hazel’s death.”
We lament the loss of the Lidey family’s kid alongside them. Fairness for Hazel According to the sheriff’s office, the four-year-old girl who was not reacting was discovered on Hill Haven Drive in Vale on November 17. The initial call was for an overdose, according to a search warrant in the case.
However, the warrant states that when EMS arrived, they found bruising on the youngster. The appearance of bruising throughout the body indicated that the youngster had sustained trauma-related injuries, according to the emergency medical services report.
Hazel was transported to a Charlotte hospital on that day, and four days later, she was declared dead. Crompton and Hazel’s father were at the house, according to court documents. After announcing Hazel’s death earlier this week, deputies stated they were continuing their investigation around-the-clock and were awaiting the medical examiner’s findings.
According to the warrant, deputies cut a part of a wall inside the house where the 911 call was made while conducting the investigation. Crompton will show up for her first court trial, according to the sheriff’s office.
Chelsea Crompton’s Court Trial
Crompton will show up for her first court trial on Monday, November 28, according to the sheriff’s office.
Friends of the family spoke to WSOC-TV earlier this week to express their astonishment and desire for justice. She was like a breath of fresh air, Hazel. A lovely child,” Melissa Caudle remarked. She was simply joyful. I fail to understand how someone could harm her.
Another incident occurred in North Carolina on October 7, when a special needs two-year-old kid was left in their care and was discovered dead close to a family friend’s house in Edenton. On the morning of the Virginia Road incident, CorNyeah Lindsey dropped off her son Dinari.
The couple she left the child with were described by the woman as “like grandparents to the young guy.” In her statement, Lindsey said, “I trusted them.”
She continued by saying that she got a call a few hours later informing her that Dinari had been taken to the hospital. According to Dinari’s mother, he had autism, was legally blind without his glasses, and used hearing aids.