Mother moved 9-year-old son a car after the child refused to go to school

A woman from Michiganwho moved the 9-year-old son in the car after he refused to go to school, last week was sentenced to 6 months imprisonment.

Mother moved 9-year-old son a car after the child refused to go to schoolTiffany Kosakowski. Photo: WZZM13

On 11 December last year, the 36-year-old Tiffany Kosakowski dropped off his son Julian about elementary schools in Belmont (Michigan). The boy refused to go to school and remained standing near the machine mother. Tiffany got into the car, telling his son to go into the building, but he held onto the door handle of the car on the passenger side. Then Tiffany pulled away, seeing that the son still holding the handle of the door.

«Kosakowski admitted that she twisted the wheel, and then I brought my car,» — said in court documents obtained WZZM13.

School surveillance cameras filmed the boy hung on the door handle of the car and lasted a few dozen metros, before it fell and came under the rear wheel of the vehicle.

The third-grader was diagnosed with multiple fractures including a skull fracture. According to court documents, Julian has been in a coma for a week and still needs constant care and physical therapy.

Kosakowski pleaded guilty in February to charges of careless driving resulting in serious injury. Another charge of cruel treatment of children in the second degree — was rejected in the framework of the agreement on admission of guilt.

Last week, judge Kurt Benson sentenced Tiffany Kosakowski to six months in prison, of which jail the women will be month, the remaining time on probation.

According to John Rodriguez — father Julian and his twin sister — he had not seen his children for five years. Rodriguez, who doesn’t live with his wife, he described her behavior for many years as «unstable», «irrational» and «reckless».

Tiffany she told the judge she regretted what I did.

«I’ll have to live with this the rest of my days,» she added.

In another court of Michigan considered a separate case that will determine parental custody of Julian and his sister.