Heroic 10-Year-Old Rescues Toddler Brother from Mother’s Disturbing Attempt to Use Hot Oven as Punishment

A 36-year-old woman in Texas has been arrested after an argument with a SWAT team.

A 36-year-old woman in Texas has been arrested after an argument with a SWAT team. She is accused of abusing her husband and subjecting her children to physical and emotional torture, including attempting to put one of them in a hot oven. 

An individual named Lul N. Top was apprehended on Monday and is now facing six charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to court records reviewed by Law&Crime.

Allen Police Department’s SWAT team executed a search warrant at a residence on Tanglewood Drive, leading to the arrest of a woman, Top, facing six aggravated assault warrants. 

The operation unfolded after Top barricaded herself in the attic, prompting the deployment of chemical agents and her subsequent surrender.

The charges stem from a series of horrifying incidents starting on January 8, 2024, when Top allegedly assaulted her husband, causing visible injuries. 

Child Protective Services removed her six children from the home, leading to further investigations. 

Disturbingly, the 3-year-old child accused Top of attempting to put her in a hot oven, an incident witnessed and confirmed by her 4-year-old sibling.

Child Heroism Amid Allegations

A 36-year-old woman in Texas has been arrested after an argument with a SWAT team.

An alarming story has emerged, detailing how Top’s 10-year-old child bravely stepped in to protect the toddler, leading Top to ultimately give in. 

Both the 3- and 4-year-old children displayed scars resembling knife cuts, with allegations that Top intentionally inflicted them. 

Additionally, the 6-year-old child reported Top’s threats with a cleaver, claiming Top demanded help finding alcohol, threatening harm if unsuccessful.

Further disturbing revelations emerged during police interviews, including Top’s alleged coercion of her children to turn on the oven as punishment. 

The children also disclosed concealing knives to protect themselves. Shockingly, chemical tests indicated the presence of cocaine in all six children’s systems.

The individual currently held in Collin County Jail on a $600,000 bond vehemently denies all allegations of child abuse. For the purpose of ensuring the safety and welfare of the youngsters concerned, authorities are still conducting investigations.

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