Kageionna Butler, along with her zaddy Jake Guidry, charged with murder after they killed their 11-month-old daughter Zabria.

THIBODAUX – A woman was arrested in connection to her 11-month-old daughter’s death nearly two weeks after the child’s father was arrested.

Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office said 21-year-old Kageionna Butler was arrested Oct. 10 and charged with principal to second-degree murder.

The sheriff’s office said deputies were asked by a family member to check on 11-month-old Zabria Guidry on Sept. 28. Deputies talked to Jake Guidry, Zabria’s father, who said his daughter died after he hit her too hard.

Deputies found Zabria’s body in the back of Guidry’s car.

Initially, deputies did not believe Butler was involved, and Guidry was charged with second-degree murder.


An Asian Lesbian woman sentenced to 10-12 years for torturing a Black Woman four 4 hours for not accepting her sexual advances

A Mount Holyoke College art professor has been sentenced to at least a decade in prison after pleading guilty to beating and torturing a colleague for four hours with a fire poker and garden shears because the woman didn’t have the same feelings for her.

Rie Hachiyanagi, 50, was sentenced Wednesday to 10 to 12 years in a Massachusetts state prison for attacking fellow professor Lauret Savoy on the night of Dec. 23, 2019, leaving her with permanent injuries, PEOPLE confirms.

The sentence came five days after Hachiyanagi pleaded guilty in Franklin Superior Court to nine charges in connection with the brutal attack, including three counts of armed assault with intent to murder a person over 60, and one count each of home invasion, mayhem and entering in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony.

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“She betrayed my trust, invaded my home, and tried to kill me with premeditated violence,” Savoy said in a victim impact statement at the hearing, the Associated Press reports. “The cruelty she wielded with weapons and expressed in words, was extreme.”

Calling the attack one of the “most horrific set of facts I’ve heard,” Judge Francis Flannery said according to a release from the Northwestern District Attorney’s office, “Professor Savoy is certainly a victim of a horrific crime, but that’s not what I’m going to remember.”

“I’m going to remember that she had the presence of mind and the courage to convince her attacker not to kill her,” he said. “As her body was failing her, she used her mind to save herself. That’s remarkable.”