What Additional Charges Will Be Filed?

“Acts Were Devoid of Human Emotion”

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“The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.”–Albert Einstein

2-year-old Riley Sawyers was savagely and repeatedly beaten and tortured until she was dead. The punishment was inflicted on her by her alleged mother–the one person a defenseless toddler turns to for protection and comfort.

Kimberly Dawn Trenor and her accomplice/boyfriend/husband completed their vile deed and then stashed the little girl’s body in a storage shed. After many days, they took a trip to buy their Wal-Mart version of Riley’s casket: a cooler commonly used for picnics.

At that moment, Trenor’s mothering instinct apparently asserted itself: Riley Sawyer’s body was found wrapped in plastic and laid in her temporary resting place. It was set adrift in Galveston Bay, to be found on a sandbar by a fisherman.

It’s a mystery why they treated Riley’s body more gently after she was dead than when she was living through what must have been her last confused, hurting, terror-filled moments.

Her mother described to police how she “beat the child with leather belts and held her head under water in the bathtub. She said Zeigler picked the girl up by her hair and also threw her across the room, slamming her head into the tile floor.”


The charges currently against the pair consist of tampering with evidence and injuring the child. What additional charges they face is speculation at this moment.

The final scene described by Trenor is one, in the words of one writer, “where acts were committed that were devoid of any human emotion”.
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Baby Grace, Riley Sawyers: Additional Charges, Additional Questions 


Baby Grace, Riley Sawyers: Additional Charges, Additional Questions

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at

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