An Oregon mother told police that her six-year-old son "deserves" after stabbing her boy in her Newport apartment on Saturday with her knife, according to court documents.
Nemoria Lynn Villagomez, 34, appeared in court on Tuesday for attempted murder, attempted murder, threefold attack and criminal abuse.
The boy initially fought for his life, said Danielle Stringer, the boy's aunt, FOX12 Oregon. He suffered six puncture wounds on his body – one of which possibly hit his liver and lungs – and a deep cut to the chin.
The 6-year-old appeared on his doorstep on Saturday, bloodied, and told them his mother had stabbed him, Newport police said. The neighbors immediately called the police and gave the boy help until paramedics arrived.
The police ransacked the apartment and found "a lot of blood" in the living room and a 14-month-old child in a bedroom, a press release said. Both Villagomez and the baby had blood on them. The Department of Human Services took custody of the child after being examined and cleared at a hospital.
Detectives interviewed Villagomez, who "deserved her death" and "deserved it" according to court documents] The police issued an update on Tuesday, saying the 6-year-old was in good condition and would soon be released from the hospital.
The mother was previously convicted in November 2016 of a fourth degree and sentenced to 30 days in prison and a five-year probation, the Oregonian reported, citing court documents.
Villagomez was held in Lincoln County Jail for a $ 1.1 million bail. The case is still under investigation.