Robert Aragon, a 55 year old Idaho man, along with his cousin Kenneth Quintana, were driving Aragon’s two children (his son Bear, 12, and daughter Sage, 11) to see their mother on Christmas Day.
The snow storm that day was so severe, the car could go no further. Unbelievably, Aragon orders his children to walk the remaining ten miles in the storm to their mother’s house.
The son was found alive, delusional from hypothermia about 13 hours later in a bureau of land management restroom. The daughter, Sage, was found dead by resuce dogs about 15 hours later, next to a barbed wire fence, buried in snow.
Aragon did not call his children’s mother, and she did not call him. One of the mother’s friends, JoLeta Jenks, finally called police 10 hours after they were missing.
The father is now being charged with second degree murder. He feels that is too stiff, as well as his bond. (Keep in mind that the father has prior convictions and still got custody of the children. I can’t wait to find out what kind of quality individual the mother is.)
Read the whole story and see the video here.
Then tell me what you think, Murderer or Moron?
Robert E. Aragon, 55, appeared in court Monday on charges of felony injury to a child and second-degree murder. He was charged after his 11-year-old daughter, Sage Aragon, died after trying to walk nearly 10 miles in a snowstorm on Christmas Day.