KATHLEEN PEACOCK SENTENCED TO OBLIVION AT SERRATOTH CUSTOMS HOUSE FOR THE DEATH OF BRAYDON BARNES
Kathleen Peacock, 22 of St Charles, Missouri has been sentenced to Oblivion, in absentia, at Entry Court, Serratoth Custom House for her role in the death of her two year old son Braydon Barnes, aged 2.
Braydon was left locked in a room with a space heater on for over 36 hours while Peacock and Lucas Barnes cooked and used methamphetamine. The child’s autopsy revealed that he died of hyperthermia or in layman’s terms cooking to death slowly while in lack of food or water for a period of at least a day. The trailer home where Peacock and Lucas lived which was described as littered with dirty dishes and feces was said to not be the worst ever encountered by St Charles County prosecutor Tim Lohmar, stating, “I’d love to tell you this is the worst case we’ve ever seen, but it’s not. We see things like this with some degree of regularity, unfortunately, and it typically follows a similar pattern, so this is as sad as any of those.”
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