പാല് കുടിക്കാന് 'സഹായിച്ചു' എന്നാണു (ഫിസിക്കലി അസിസ്റ്റഡ്) മൊഴിയില്. ഗരജില് വച്ചാണു പാല് കൊടുത്തത്.
വെസ്ലി നേരത്തെ പോലീസില് പറഞ്ഞതിനു വിപരീതമാണു പുതിയ വെളിപ്പെടുത്തലുകള്. പാല് കുടിക്കാത്തതിനു ശിക്ഷയായി കുട്ടിയെ വീടിനു പുറത്തു മരത്തിനു ചുവട്ടില് പുലര്ച്ചെ മൂന്നു മണിക്കു നിര്ത്തി എന്നായിരുന്നു സംഭവം നടന്ന ഒക്ടോ. 7-നു വെസ്ലി പറഞ്ഞത്. ആ ഭാഗത്തൊക്കെ കൊയോട്ടി ഉണ്ടെന്നും പറഞ്ഞിരുന്നു.
An arrest warrant obtained by WFAA Tuesday details the conflicting story that led to the re-arrest of Sherin Mathews' father, Wesley Mathews.
The warrant states that Wesley Mathews told police his 3-year-old daughter choked on milk in the early morning hours of Oct. 7 and "believed she had died."
He alleges that he had been trying to get her to drink her milk in the garage around 3 a.m. He said he "physically assisted" Sherin in drinking her milk when she wouldn't listen to him, according to the warrant.
"She was coughing and her breathing slowed," the warrant reads. "Eventually, Wesley Mathews no longer felt a pulse on the child and believed she had died."
He then admitted to police that he removed the body from the home, the warrant reads.
In his initial interview with police in the days after Sherin's disappearance, Wesley Mathews had said he put Sherin outside as punishment for not drinking her milk. He was arrested then and charged with felony endangerment to a child and was placed on electronic ankle monitoring. He also surrendered his passport as a condition of making bond on Oct. 9.
He was re-arrested Monday for felony injury to a child after providing investigators at the Richardson Police Department with the conflicting story.
"When they came in, they provided us with some information that was contrary to what we had previously been told regarding her [Sherin Mathews] disappearance," said Kevin Perlich, Richardson PD spokesperson.