Raleigh mom accused of punching toddler son in face
Posted November 16, 2014
Updated November 17, 2014
Raleigh, N.C. — A 20-year-old Raleigh woman was arrested and charged Saturday with punching her one-year-old son and another woman in the face.
The incident was one of a number of child abuse arrests in Wake County over the weekend.
Kimberly Aguilar, of 6201 Danang Ct., is charged with assault on a child under 12, assault and battery, misdemeanor child abuse, resisting a public officer and assaulting a government official.
The child suffered a bloody nose, a busted lip and several cuts, according to an arrest warrant.
Aguilar has been in trouble before – she was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon in 2011 and simple assault in 2013.
Aguilar remained in the Wake County jail Sunday under a $20,000 bond. Her first court appearance is scheduled for Monday.
In a separate case, a 21-year-old Fuquay-Varina man is accused of seriously injuring his three-month-old child.
Tocarreo Meshawn Johnson, of 3220 Main St., was arrested and charged Saturday with felony intentional child abuse – serious bodily injury.
Johnson is accused of inflicting an injury that caused a frontal subdural hematoma on both sides of the infant's brain, according to an arrest warrant.
Johnson remained in the Wake County jail Sunday under a $500,000 bond.
In another separate case, a 31-year-old Winston-Salem man is accused of driving under the influence while his two children were in the vehicle.
Antonio Perez-Santos, of 4732 Main St., was arrested and charged Sunday with two counts of misdemeanor child abuse, driving while impaired and failure to appear for driving while licence revoked and reckless driving.
Perez-Santos had a blood alcohol count of .13 when he was pulled over, according to an arrest warrant.
His court date is scheduled for Jan. 15, 2015.