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Monster stepdad, Jack Montgomery accused of Punching stepson,7, to death on New Year’s Eve – forcing victim’s brothers to sleep in same bed with lifeless body all night

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Jack Junior Montgomery arrested on New Year’s Eve for assaulting and killing his stepson, 7 in a Florida hotel.

A 31-year-old Florida man is being charged with murdering his step-son over a cookie.

Jack Junior Montgomery of Hillsborough County, is being held at the county jail on $870,000 bond after he told investigators he repeatedly punched and kicked Brice Russell as an act of discipline after the 7-year-old got out of bed to get a cookie, according to WFLA.
Montgomery faces a felony first-degree murder charge in connection with the death of young Brice Russell.
The killer stepdad assaulted the little boy and threw him against a wall at the Seffner Masters Inn in Florida. After his son’s demise, Montgomery the victim’s brothers to sleep in the same bed with the lifeless body, all night.
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Jack Junior Montgomery at his arraignment
The boy’s mother, Donya Shenita Russell, was working a double shift at the time the horrific incident went down inside the Masters Inn.  The family makes their residence at the Inn.
“While she was out working he chose to physically discipline this child himself,” Assistant State Attorney Matthew Smith told a judge in court. “Repeatedly punching and throwing him on the ground. Threatening bodily harm upon the two brothers if they did not partake and equally discipline him.”
The child’s brothers explained to investigators they were forced to watch Montgomery punch Brice Russell in the head and stomach several times with a closed fist, reports WFLA.
 “[Montgomery] picked him up and flung him as described by the other brothers, helicopter across the hotel room into what’s kind of a cabinet, where he hit head first.
And ultimately caused his brain to bleed,” said Smith said suggesting that caused the child to perish within minutes.
Montgomery, who has a history of domestic violence and battery, could now be facing the death penalty if he is convicted of first-degree murder

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