Pittsburgh, PA - Another story of a trifling woman who has a no good, none working azz man who also probably whoops her azz yet she thought it was a bright idea to leave him at her house and allow him to babysit her kids while she went to work to make money…
Anthony Bush, 29 is said to be as big as a linebacker. Bush brutally beat his girlfriends lil 11 year old son because he allegedly refused to vacuum the apartment.. So bush took out a stick to teach the boy to listen to adults.
He beat the poor kid for nine hours causing his death.
Anthony Bush, 29, from Pittsburgh, was charged on Sunday with homicide and child endangerment charges after Cynthia McKee returned home from work to find her son Donovan naked, bloody and barely breathing on the floor.
Bush admitted beating the boy to a bloodied pulp to police, saying he used wooden sticks and a belt after he refused to vacuum the apartment.
“During the beatings, at times, the sticks would break and Bush would order Donovan to clean up the pieces of the broken sticks,” the criminal complaint said.
Bush stated that he would take breaks, get new sticks and continue beating the child throughout the day. Bush told police he used at least three sticks.
At one point, he used a needle and thread to sew a wound he caused in the little boy’s arm.
He told police: ‘I did it. I did it. It’s my fault.’
When paramedics arrived, they said Donovan had a head wound and didn’t have a pulse. Emergency responders did CPR and Donovan regained a slight pulse., but he died a short time later at a local hospital.
Ms McKee’s other son, who is five years old, is said to have witnessed the beatings.
Officers went to an apartment at Rochelle Towers on Knox Avenue at 11:45pm on Saturday – two hours after Cynthia came home from work.
Donovan was taken to Mercy Hospital, Uptown, and later to Children’s Hospital in Lawrenceville, where he was pronounced dead.
A medical examiner concluded he died of severe injuries to his head and body.
When Ms McKee called police, Bush – who is six feet five inches – tried to get her to say her son had fallen out the window but she refused.
Investigators told the Tribune Review they found blood-stained sheets, tissues and a belt, wood sticks, metal bars and blood on the ceiling and walls in Donovan’s bedroom.
One neighbors said she is sickened by the news of the boy’s death.
“I see his face and it’s just heartbreaking,” said Stacy Miller. “He was special. He was good. He knocked on my door every day and said, ‘Miss Stacy do you need something from the store? Do you need me to take your garbage out? Do you need me to check your mailbox?’”
Bush is being held in the Allegheny County Jail without bail. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.