Woman allegedly murdered 80-year-old man, wrote ‘I touch little girls’ on his chest

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A 29-year-old live-in colleague has been charged with the murder of an 80-year-old man who was beaten to death with the phrase “I touch little girls” on his chest.

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Rene Ayrd, 29, was charged on Monday with manslaughter, manslaughter and assault for the July murder of Robert Raynor at his apartment in Staten Island, New York.

Two other phrases were found scattered all over the man’s body. One phrase read “I take dolls to my room for girls 1-5 years old” and another read “I touch.”


Ms. Ayerde and her daughter lived with Mr. Raynor.

Hours after the murder, Ms. Ayrd was arrested for child abuse, but has only been charged with Mr. Raynor’s murder. According to police reports, six hours after Mr Raynor was found shirtless with a cut on his forehead and two black eyes, Ms Ayrd was arrested for allegedly beating up her three-year-old daughter.

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Police claim that Ayerde slammed his daughter to the ground and dragged her across the street before throwing a water bottle at the child’s face. A police report claimed that a woman who witnessed the incident tried to call 911, but Ms Ayerde allegedly stole her phone and pushed her to the ground.

Ms. Ayerde’s three-year-old girl was taken to hospital with bruises on her neck when EMS workers arrived.

The girl reportedly told the police that “mummy threw me on the floor”.

Four months after that incident, Ms. Ayrd was charged with the murder of Mr. Raynor.

While there were 24 prior arrests in Mr Raynor’s history, none were linked to pedophilia or child sexual abuse. He is not part of the state sex offender registry. However, only four of his arrests were turned down. New York Post,

Mr Raynor’s daughter Caroline Whitson New York Daily News That his father was not a pedophile and “would not touch a child”.

He claimed that his father was suffering from arthritis and cancer, and that he could not physically attack anyone.

According to Ms Whetstone, in his last phone call with his father, the octogenarian told him that his health had deteriorated to such an extent that he could barely walk.

“It was so bad,” she said.

“He is not my father. He will not touch a child. He will never violate anyone. He has daughters and granddaughters, when he has come to visit me, he has seen.” That is not him. it is not true.”

talking to sources New York Post Said that Ms. Ayerde has been silent ever since the allegation was made.

Credit: www.independent.co.uk / manslaughter

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