Oregon mother Sharday McDonald is jailed for just 30 days for waterboarding her baby and putting him in a freezer to see if his father ‘gave a f***’ as she insists she was not trying murder her child
- Sharday McDonald, 30, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for criminal mistreatment, tampering with a witness and ID theft
- She was arrested by Gresham Police in October 2021 for waterboarding and trying to put her baby in her freezer
- McDonald denied trying to hurt the child and claimed her action was out of spite while arguing with the baby’s father
An Oregon mother arrested for waterboarding her baby and putting him in a freezer to test if the baby’s father cared has been jailed for just 30 days.
Sharday McDonald, 30, was found guilty of criminal mistreatment, tampering with a witness and ID theft and sentenced to 30 days in jail and three years of probation on September 12.
The mother was arrested by Gresham Police in October 2021 while she was putting the baby in the freezer and yelling ‘You don’t want him. Let me show you this little f***ing baby, I don’t f***ing give a f*** about!’ through the door.
She was holding the baby in her arm when she opened the door for the police.
The baby’s father later showed police a video call he had with McDonald where she was holding the baby by his onesie and waterboarding him.
Sharday McDonald, 30, was found guilty of criminal mistreatment, tampering with a witness and ID theft and was sentenced to 30 days in jail and three years of probation on September 12
Police reports said that it looked like the baby was trying to hold his breath while water was pouring down his face and into his nose.
Court documents state that the police spoke with and showed pictures of the incident to a pediatrician, who said the child would have been unable to breathe while having water poured down into his nose.
The incident could have had serious and life-threatening complications. The current condition and location of the baby is not known.
After officers arrested her, McDonald said she was sorry and that she did it to test the father to see if ‘he gave a f*** at all.’
She also told the police that she thought putting her baby under running water would make the father come back.
It not yet known where the father was while the baby was being waterboarded.
McDonald also told officers that she was not trying to hurt or kill her son by drowning him or putting him in the freezer but she intentionally waterboarded the baby out of spite.
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