South Carolina Woman Set His Car To Fire After Finding Husband With His New Girlfriend

A South Carolina woman who officials say set her vehicle ablaze with her child inside, had first intended to dive her vehicle into the water with the baby inside, after contention with the child’s dad.

Four Witness Who Saw The Car Informed Police

As CrimeOnline recently announced, Columbia police arrested 23-year-old Caylin Watson not long ago after officials asserted that she attempted to kill her 14-month-old child. WTOC 11 reports that deputies found the vehicle near mile marker one on I-126 West, near Greystone Boulevard.

At any rate, four observers saw the car and called 911. The witnesses attempted to recover the child until authorities on call showed up.

Columbia Police Chief Skip Holbrook said that people on call pulled the child from the vehicle and hurried him to the clinic in critical condition. He’s as of now at the Augusta Burn Center in Augusta.

The Child’s Father Went To Watson’s Home In His Girlfriend Car

New subtleties developed for the situation after authorities discovered that the kid’s dad reached police right away before the fire incident. NBC 10 reports that the man advised police that he headed to Watson’s home on Sunday in his present lover’s car.

A contention emitted, the man supposedly stated, and Watson purportedly attacked at him of a knife. The man said he took the blade from Watson and endeavored to leave, yet she tossed flower pots at the vehicle, breaking the windshield.

The man assured Watson at that point that took steps to “crash off into the water,” got into her vehicle, and slammed the vehicle he was in before heading out.

Authorities tracked Watson’s cellphone to the Columbia River Front Park, however, she wasn’t there when delegates showed up. A second ping to the telephone showed she got back.

Watson Is Currently Behind Bars

As specialists were on the way to Watson’s living area, they were sent to a vehicle ablaze off of I-126.

Watson is right now in jail dealing with charges of endeavored murder, illegal conflagration in the first and third degree, and child abuse On Monday evening, Watson was refused bond. She stays in the slammer at the Columbia prison.


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