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Sugar Cookie

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Police have arrested the parents of a 2-year-old boy found dead in a crib at a south Wichita home late Thursday night.

The toddler’s mother, 22-year-old Brandi Kai Marchant, and his father, 28-year-old Patrick R. Javonovich, were booked into the Sedgwick County Jail on Friday morning, according to jail records. They were being held on suspicion of committing felony murder, Wichita police spokesman Officer Charley Davidson said.

Davidson said police went to a home around 11:30 p.m. Thursday after someone called 911 to report a domestic dispute between Marchant and Javonovich. Officers found the pair walking back to the address when they arrived. The 2-year-old boy and his 4-month-old brother were alone inside of the home. An officer who went inside to check on the children found the toddler dead in a crib, Davidson said.

The baby was “found to be in need of medical attention,” Davidson said.

Davidson refused to be specific about what kind of medical attention the baby needed but said the infant was immediately taken to a Wichita hospital for treatment.

“The child does remain hospitalized at this time and will be taken into police protective custody once released from the hospital,” Davidson said Friday.

Marchant and Javonovich are the 2-year-old’s biological parents but were not married. Marchant is the 4-month-old’s mother but Javonovich is not his father, Davidson said.

Davidson said sometime before police were called Marchant and Javonovich got into a verbal fight and left the home without the boys. It’s not yet clear how long they were gone and how long the children were alone, he said.

Davidson didn’t say whether the toddler had visible injuries on his body. An autopsy will determine his exact cause of death.
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Victoria

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Sweet Jesus!! Did she lose her hair due to chemo or did meth head pull it out one strand at a time? Rest in peace wee one. The four month old is getting some extra TLC in the hospital I'm sure.

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Sugar Cookie

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Officers made contact with the couple who were walking back to the residence and had left the toddler and baby home alone, Davidson said. They entered the home and found the toddler, identified as Zaiden Javonovich, unresponsive in a crib. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Davidson said the 4-month-old boy required medical care and remained hospitalized Friday morning and that he will be placed in protective custody when he is discharged.
 

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Sugar Cookie

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A child who was found dead by Wichita police last week may have died days before officers were called by neighbors reporting a domestic disturbance.

A neighbor called 911 to report a disturbance in the 4500 block of South Hydraulic,

The officers spoke with Marchant and Javonovich outside their home. It wasn’t until one of the parents mentioned there were children inside that the officers decided to check their welfare, Allred said.

The officers found 3-year-old Zaiden Javonovich dead, wrapped in a blanket in a crib. A second child, a 4-month-old baby boy, was taken to a hospital in critical condition.

“If they wouldn’t have went inside and communicated out there, more than likely they would have left, made a report and we wouldn’t have known about this for I don’t know how long,” Allred said.

“It’s shocking to see adults treat their kids in the way these two were treated,” Allred said. “It’s, I say, ‘pathetic,’ because that’s what it is.”

Allred said there were “obvious injuries to the toddler,” but would not elaborate. An autopsy has been performed; the results are pending. Police had previously said Zaiden was 2 years old, but on Monday corrected his age to 3.

The 4-month-old also had injuries and had an “obvious sign” of needing “immediate medical attention,” Allred said. The baby now is doing “much better.”

“There were obvious signs of neglect that could rise to the level of abuse,” he said of the 4-month-old.

The home had food and no signs of drug use, police said.

The parents have other children who did not live at the home, Allred said. The mother, Marchant, has two other kids, but does not have custody of them. The father, Javonovich, has one other child who sometimes visits on weekends.

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Sugar Cookie

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Javonovich's mother, Donna Lloyd, has forcefully come to her son's defense in news interviews and on social media.

Speaking to the station KAKE, a weeping Lloyd said her son would often come to her to get away from Marchant 'fighting and hitting and threatening to hurt Zaiden.'

Lloyd insisted that her son loved Zaiden and would have never harmed him.

The deceased toddler's grandmother also lashed out at her family's critics on Facebook Tuesday, arguing that they have no right to judge her son.

'My son did not kill his baby I choose to let his day in court to deside [sic] what truly happened,' Lloyd stated. 'The Autopsy will prove my grandson was not dead for days. '
 

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Sugar Cookie

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A 2-year-old boy whose body was found by officers in a south Wichita mobile home had visible injuries, was in early staged of decomposition and weighed less that 15 pounds, an autopsy shows.

An officer could hear a baby "cooing" in one of the bedrooms and found the 4-month-old in a crib with pillows and stuffed animals inside. The baby was partially under a pillow that was up against the side of the crib.

The officer "noted the small stature of the child and that the child was not capable of controlling the weight of his head." The officer picked the baby up and checked another bedroom, finding a child, who had appeared to have thrown up, in a playpen.

It was Zaiden in the playpen, inside a "tightly wrapped" blanket in the form of a swaddle and his face was down.

He was not moving and cold to the touch. His arms were stuffed in his onesie pajamas on his torso. The arms of the pajamas were tied in a knot in his throat area.

Zaiden's side was "black, blue and purple and green in color," according to the affidavit. On the bed, there was a container of wipes with what appeared to be blood on them.

An officer attempted lifesaving measures, but emergency medical personnel pronounced him dead at 12:01 a.m.

The affidavit says Marchant's 4-month-old son was extremely malnourished and had a body temperature of 94.9 degrees. He had a bruise on his left ear, his jaw was swollen and two healing rib fractures. He was also suffering from severe diaper rash and a genital infection.

Javonovich told investigators he thought the baby was fine, adding that he regularly feeds and changes the child.

When asked about Zaiden, Javonovich said he fed the boy the morning of April 11 and did not see him after he got off work that day. He said he was unaware that Zaiden was dead.

Marchant told investigators she and Zaiden had been "feeling poorly for several days." She said she put Zaiden in his crib on Wednesday so she could rest but that he was able to pull himself out of the crib and would cry at his door.

"She 'swaddled' Zaiden by putting Zaiden's arms inside his clothing to try and prevent him from climbing out of the crib."

When he was still able to get out, she again put his arms in the pajamas, tied the sleeves in a knot and then swaddled him in a blanket to try to stop him from getting his arms out.

"She said she fed Zaiden three (3) bags of instant oatmeal, some yogurt, and some chocolate milk on Wednesday before putting him in his crib."

Marchant said she went to bed at around 6 a.m. Thursday and slept the entire day.

"She had not seen either child throughout the entire day and was unaware that Zaiden had died," the document says

She said that when she woke up Thursday evening, that's when the argument between her and Javonovich started.

An autopsy found that Zaiden had abrasions on the inside and outside of his lips, nose abrasions and contusions to the head and trunk. It also found that he was in an early stage of decomposition. He weighed 14.9 pounds and was 31 inches long.

The document states Zaiden, who was 25 months old should have weighed about 28 pounds and been approximately 35 inches long.

A doctor said the abrasions on Zaiden's lips were consistent with his face being forced down onto something by someone pushing on the back of Zaiden's head.
 
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Josie Introvert

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I'd like to forcibly rip the last 4 strands of hair out out of her head! From the looks of her FB she is just a self absorbed asshole! How lazy and worthless do you have to be to not feed your child?! Wtf is she doing swaddling a 2 year old anyway?? I can't even spank my kids because it would hurt me more than it hurts them. These bitch battered her 14lb baby boy! That statement just doesn't compute in my brain how anyone could do that. If providing him with basic sustenance and attention is too much work for you why go and have another baby?? Reading the condition of the 2 year old just breaks my heart!! I've been seriously considering fostering after reading all of these stories. I would love to be able to give some of these kids the love and care they so desperately need and deserve. This world is so fucked up!
 

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Victoria

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14 pounds and some odd ounces 2 year old?

That precious baby boy was starved in more ways than one by a monster that in no way deserved to be called his mother. Jailbird should be identified with something more deserving of a long term abusive torturer and deliverer of death.

Fuck her ... Fuck him ... they can step right off the planet!!
 

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Sugar Cookie

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A toddler found bound in pajamas and lying face down in his crib in April died from dehydration and malnutrition, according to the boy’s autopsy report.

The coroner’s office ruled 2-year-old Zaiden Javonovich’s death a homicide, the report says. His mother, 22-year-old Brandi Marchant, and his father, 28-year-old Patrick Javonovich, are facing murder and child abuse charges in connection with his death. The couple is also facing charges over the condition of Zaiden’s 4-month-old brother, who was found in poor health when police went into the family’s home on April 11.

Zaiden’s brain tested positive for methamphetamine, the report says, but there was no evidence of other substances or drugs in his body.

The document also notes signs of possible abuse including abrasions to Zaiden’s lips and nose. It says that the way his body was found — pajama sleeves knotted around his upper chest and tightly swaddled with a blanket — may have led to asphyxia, a condition significant enough to have contributed to his death.

A court document released in the parents’ criminal cases says Marchant told police investigators that she would bind the boy’s arms inside of his clothes to keep him from crawling out of his crib while she was sleeping. The document says she told police that she put Zaiden face down in his crib the evening of April 10 and went to bed several hours later, at 6 a.m. on April 11.

She told police she slept all day without getting up to check on Zaiden or his 4-month-old brother. The brother was also underweight at eight pounds, injured and so malnourished that he couldn’t control his head or keep a normal body temperature when police found him. She told police she didn’t know Zaiden was dead.

The Kansas Department for Children and Families had been involved with the family since Zaiden was 8 months old but substantiated none of the abuse and neglect allegations.

Records show the agency closed its last case involving the family on Jan. 14, less than three months before Zaiden died.
 

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Sugar Cookie

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An attorney for the Wichita father, Patrick Javonovich, whose 2-year-old boy was discovered bound in his pajamas and dead in his crib has asked a judge to order that the father undergo a mental evaluation, saying his competency has been in question since he was attacked by a fellow inmate at the Sedgwick County Jail.

In requesting the evaluation, defense attorney Tricia Oldridge said in court that Javonovich had been “severely beaten while in custody” and the fallout was lingering.

“That’s been a number of months ago,” she said referring to the alleged attack, “and he had surgery, brain surgery. We had met with him several times. We had concerns then, but we thought with recovery after a couple of months … maybe he would be able to communicate better and could help with the defense of his case – or at least communicate with us.”

But, she said, “That hasn’t happened.”

Oldridge told Judge David Kaufman that Javonovich’s attorneys have “a good faith belief” that all matters in his criminal case should be delayed until the county’s mental health and substance abuse service provider, Comcare, examines Javonovich’s mental state and determines whether he’s fit to stand trial.

Kaufman granted the request. Prosecutors did not object.
 

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