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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Wicked Father!

The father of a 3-year-old Texas girl missing since October 7 told police that he watched his daughter choke on milk and die, and then removed her body from the home, according to an arrest affidavit.

The graphic statements from Wesley Mathews were revealed in an arrest warrant released by police in Richardson, Texas, on Tuesday morning.

Mathews “had been trying to get the 3 year old girl to drink her milk in the garage” early October 7, the affidavit said. “Wesley Mathews said she wouldn’t listen to him.”

At that point, Mathews said that he “physically assisted” Sherin in drinking her milk and that the girl choked on the drink.

“She was coughing and her breathing slowed. Eventually, Wesley Mathews no longer felt a pulse on the child and believed she had died,” the affidavit said.

Then, he told police, he removed her body from the home.

Mathews provided the “alternate statement of events” to detectives the day after Sherin’s body was found, Richardson police said. He has been charged with injury to a child, a first-degree felony punishable by up to life in prison, and is being held on a $1 million bond, police said.

Mathews had previously claimed that his adopted daughter, Sherin, went missing October 7 after he sent her alone into an alley as punishment for refusing to drink her milk.

But Monday night — not long after authorities said they had “most likely” found the girl’s body — police said Mathews “voluntarily arrived at the Richardson Police Station with his attorney and asked to speak with detectives.”

He revealed the new details and was arrested.

On Tuesday, police said they used dental records to confirm the body was Sherin’s.

Her body was discovered by officers and search dogs examining a culvert near Spring Valley and Bowser roads, less than a mile from the family’s home in the suburb of 100,000 about 15 miles north of Dallas.

Richardson Police Chief Jimmy Spivey vowed to bring to justice whomever is responsible.

Monday’s arrest was Mathews’s second in the case. He was arrested on child abandonment and endangerment charges the day Sherin went missing but had been released on bail.

As part of his bail condition, he was required to surrender his passport and wear an electronic monitoring bracelet so authorities could track him at all times, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Earlier Monday, Mathews and his wife, Sini, attended a court hearing to determine whether they could regain custody of their biological daughter.

The 4-year-old had been taken into custody by Child Protective Services and placed in foster care after Sherin was reported missing. The judge postponed the hearing until Nov. 13 to give Mathews time to hire a civil attorney, a spokeswoman for CPS told the Associated Press.

The murky details of Sherin’s disappearance have transfixed the Dallas area for most of this month.

Her father originally told investigators that he looked outside 15 minutes after he sent Sherin into the alley but that she was gone, according to police affidavits.

Not yet too worried, the father said, he then did a load of laundry, according to the affidavit. He waited until after sunrise before he reported the disappearance to police. They began searching for the 22-pound girl last seen wearing a pink top, black pyjama bottoms and pink flip-flops.

Detectives and FBI agents searched the Mathews house midweek and subsequently announced that someone left in the family’s sport-utility vehicle about 4am on the day she disappeared. That vehicle returned home within the hour, they said.

Police said Sherin’s mother was asleep during the incident and has not been charged. Her attorney said she has cooperated with authorities in trying to help identify Sherin’s body.

Mathews and his wife adopted Sherin about two years ago from an orphanage in India, said Sgt. Kevin Perlich, a Richardson police spokesman. Mathews told police that Sherin was malnourished and had to be on a special diet to gain weight.

from washington post
Herman Wong contributed to this post.


  1. Just imagine the madness for goodness sake

    I think oyibo people need Jesus

    With Jesus, you have peace of mind


  2. Where is her mother
    Every little child needs her mother.

  3. hmmmmmmm what more can i say. Painful that this beautiful girl fell into the idiot hands for adoption.

    RIP girl. You are now with the angels and free from worries of this world

  4. If only she had remained in a foster home.
    If only they had left the poor Darling in the orphanage they brought her from....😢

    Some people aren't worthy of Bn called parents.
    Hope he rots in jail!

  5. RIP little angel. What a cruel man

  6. Adopt her only to treat her like trash n kill her.
    Adoption shouldn't be easy pls, it should be made as expensive as art treatment so u value the child.

    1. Just imagine the height of wickedness.

  7. Wickedness in high places... so now they want their own biological child after cutting short the life of their adopted.

    Glowyshoes's blog

  8. Oh my! If u couldn't cope, y didn't u return d child? Or is there not provision for DAT at Orphanages?

  9. And he wants God to do wonders, devil in-human form kolo wek.

  10. Force feeding scares the sh*t out of me.
    Poor darling, the idiot man may have saved her if he called 911 immediately. Hope he gets the punishment he deserves


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