Dominique Foster Baltimore "A Not So Fatherly Love" |THE BALTIMORE WAY|Mar 16, 2022
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She was a wife and another of six from Baltimore, Maryland. She moved to North Carolina for a while and married n her husband of 19 years. Dominique's upbringing was problematic from the start On December 27, 1975, at just seven months old, the unthinkable happened, her father had been drinking and was in a drunken rage while arguing with her mother after arguing with her then- wife at her mother's house in east
told them both that she was going to do something to this baby that they would both regret suddenly
told them both that she was going to do something to this baby that they would both regret suddenly
dominique's mother heard the sound of breaking glass and an accident she and her mother in law they ran down the hall where they found seven month old
dominiquesprawled on the floor and broken glass everywhere vivian took her baby dominique to nearby johns hopkins hospital she survived but had to have 22 stitches in her tiny head five months earlier, In July 1975, when Dominique was just a baby, Baltimore police officers watched her father hold an eight-inch steak knife to his ex-wife's throat and slash her.
He entered a Baltimore townhouse and was arrested that day, but Dominique's mother later requested that the charges be dropped after what had happened to Dominique. who lived was afraid of her husband, Lawrence, and that he would kill her children and herself. While he was out on bail awaiting trial in April 1976, police found the body of his ex-wife in a closet in an East Baltimore apartment she had been renting. Vivian's body was so decomposed that the medical examiner was unable to determine cause of death Court documents in several criminal proceedings against Dominique's father showed that detectives believed he had killed her mother but was never charged in October 1976 Dominique's father was convicted of assaulting her when she was a baby He was sentenced to 15 years His father was released from prison in December 1988 He then returned to Baltimore and went on to have two more children by two different women at the time Dominique and his brother lawrence jr were teenagers during that time i think dominique and his brother reconnected with their father then in 1991 things took a turn for the worse once again on 19 november 1991 dominique's father lawrence had been out drinking with two of their friends, the trio spent hours drinking and driving together in the early hours of the morning, the friends met on the side of a road in pasadena, in the cond Located in Anne Arundel, Maryland, that's when Lawrence withdrew a gun and shot one of his friends to death, Lawrence and his other friend drove off leaving his friend's lifeless body on the side of the road later in court , his friend, who had not been shot, said he feared for his life as well, police never identified a reason why lawrence took his friend's life but that is not where the day ended hours later about 20 miles to the north in
lawrence arrived at
lawrence arrived at
fosterhome hello 17-year-old son Lawrence Jr. lived on Northern Parkway and then allegedly shot his son in the head while he was huddled in the kitchen corner.
Once again, Dominique had lost someone close to her own father, supposedly her first. mother now his brother according to the police lawrence ended the life of her son because he and Dominique had denounced having been severely beaten by him on more than one occasion according to reports Dominique said that her father had assaulted her in the most inappropriate and vocal way while he was drunk his The father learned of her allegations at a custody hearing just seven days before he shot his son. Dominique also told police that she feared her father had intended to kill her.
Also the police report said that she said that he had gone to look for her at school and had threatened her on occasion to have the same faith as her mother, according to police reports for the death of her brother, her father filed a statement alfred, not se pleaded contest, meaning he did not admit guilt, but there was enough evidence for a conviction months later his father pleaded guilty to executing his friend each deal resulted in a 20-year prison sentence to be served concurrently with the father de dominique was released from prison on mandate supervision in october 2002 he was released early because he had accumulated enough timely credits in prison lawrence had left baltimore changed his name to malik now for the sake of this video i will keep referencing he like lawrence remarried and moved to laurel maryland in prince george county however a family pattern of pad re de dominique his new wife had obtained three protection orders against her new husband in 2003 and 2004 violence escalated between lawrence and his second wife she filed assault charges against him according to court documents she alleged he threatened to kill her tried to suffocate her with a pillow and strangled her with a vacuum cleaner h Ose she quoted him telling her I must kill you, then he put a knife to her throat and said he would dump her body in the Patuxent River.
She said in court records that she spent nine months in jail while she awaited trial and was later found not guilty. by a jury in late 2006 dominique's father and his second wife had separated he had moved into a roman house in laurel with a woman his 22-year-old daughter and a 9-month-old granddaughter the woman's daughter had problems with Lawrence, who was her mother's boyfriend and she filed for a protection order on December 1, 2006. She had written that he had slapped her during an argument about caring for their baby after numerous attempts by sheriff's deputies to notify Lawrence with the protection order.
She tried one last time. time on december 12, 2006 at the boarding house hours later the police found a young mother and her baby shot to death the next day he was arrested for alleged probation violations the police never found enough evidence to charge him with the murders, however the Maryland parole commission returned him to prison to serve the remainder of his 20-year sentence for the 1991 murders, calling him a threat to others, he was released again in 2014. While the record Dominique apparently did everything she could to stay away from him, she also kept her family away from Lawrence, and Dominique did everything she could to cope with the traumatic past between her and her father while she was wife and raised her children until 2019 dominique age 43 lived in baltimore while in baltimore dominique was in and out of treatment centers ently in an effort to be clean at some point she had reconnected with her father and visited him frequently at his west baltimore apartment however something had gone terribly wrong on mothers day may 12, 2019 someone Police called 9-1-1 to report a suspicious package in a dumpster near a Northwest Baltimore apartment complex.
Upon arriving at the scene, they saw a shopping cart with a black garbage bag inside with what they it looked like blood dripping on the outside of the tied bag. Baltimore police asked for the public's help in identifying the body that was found dead near a dumpster. The department shared on social media that the Black/Hispanic woman was found wrapped up and placed inside a shopping cart near the Clark Lake Garden apartment dumpsters in the Glenn neighborhood. Photos in the social media post showed the large black garbage bag inside the shopping cart. he also distributed photos of the woman's tattoos to local media in the hope that someone would identify her.
That's when Dominique's adult daughter called detectives on the case to positively identify her mother's tattoos. Her family was incredulous. They described Dominique as absolutely beautiful inside and out. that she knew he adored her, her daughter described her as a loving, caring and happy person, it was not until after the family confirmed her identity that information was released about the dismemberment of Dominique's body, her hands were missing, her feet, lower legs and head this led to the police dominique lawrence's father was not initially charged in connection with his daughter's death the police did however obtain a search warrant for Lawrence's apartment where they found blood evidence computers cell phones counterfeit money a yellow raincoat a pair of boots and a beretta 380 with five bullets in the magazine according to an affidavit obtained by the baltimore sun he was later charged only with unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition and he was sent to the city jail while police continued to investigate dominique's death his bail was denied on may 10 that day obtained by police CIA shows a man with a limp in a white jacket and hoodie driving a shopping cart toward where Dominique's remains were found as the investigation continued in July 2019, police were able to gather enough evidence to press charges murder charge against dominique's father in connection with her death dominique's husband and children were relieved to learn that he was charged with her death husband said lawrence was a monster who had long traumatized his wife and abused her she said in her teens that dominique would say that if she left this world it would be for her father she seemed to have met her grim fate dominique's murder trial began this year in september possible motives for the heinous crime came to light dominique's daughter's testimony shed light on the unhinged anger her grandfather had towards her mother over her drug use she said she was unstable when she called her he was ranting about his mother and even said she was lucky he didn't have a fucking gun according to his testimony he sent her disturbing text messages that included a video of his mother shooting his testimony provided the first possible reason why he may have killed her her daughter dominique's daughter also testified that her mother left a treatment center because lawrence was harassing her she said she disliked dominique and did not deserve to be her daughter according to reports, lawrence's ex-fiancée also testified that she did not see him for 11 hours the day Dominique was killed and that was unusual, going on to say that when he returned to spend the night with her, he had scratches on his arms and neck, he allegedly told her the injuries were burns from antifreeze when his truck overheated and then asked for some shea or cocoa butter to treat his wounds, according to testimony, prosecutors also had phone evidence.
Ono cellular that located Lawrence on the road and nearby. the dumpster at the same time a surveillance video they had obtained Dominique was last seen alive getting into his white pickup truck. Forensic technicians testified that they sprayed Wrence's apartment with the chemical luminol to detect blood that glowed under it. a doormat in the apartment and scattered places in the hallway swabbed areas and tested a forensic pathologist with bpd testified that somesamples indicated the possible presence of blood other samples Coroners tested negative and later testified that the swabs were tested for DNA, but the DNA test did not implicate Dominique's father but her own DNA, which could be explained by her previous visits home during the trial.
Lawrence's defense attorneys put forward a theory that Dominique was a victim. to violent drug dealing on the streets of Baltimore possibly to a notoriously brutal Latino street gang because a neighbor reported seeing Latino men near where the body was found and the defense questioned police whether the graffiti on the dumpster could be a sign of gangs also trying to note discrepancies in cell phone data provided by the FBI agent who examined Lawrence's phone. rtedly went fishing after her daughter went missing, but police divers searched the waters for the fishing couple and found no evidence, furthermore, their DNA was not detected on swabs from the shopping cart or on the lanyard Dominic's body was bound, the trial lasted an agonizing two weeks and then on October 4, 2021, after jury deliberation, they found the 68-year-old ex-Marine from Northwest Baltimore guilty of second-degree murder and the unauthorized disposition of a body, however, jurors acquitted him in the first degree meaning they did not find that he premeditatedly killed his daughter lawrence showed no emotion at the verdict he faces up to 40 years in prison and is scheduled to be sentenced on december 6, 2021. lawrence's defense attorneys say they plan to appeal the judge also criticized prosecutors for withholding some debts and evidence that later came to light during the trial much of the evidence at trial was circumstantial despite her violent past in compliance with maryland law jurors heard nothing during dominique's trial the evidence presented focused only on the current trial Dominique's six children issued a statement saying the verdict means your mother can now truly rest in peace even though terrible things were said to try to diminish our mother's character she will always be our hero knowing she kept her word and stayed clean they wrote thank you sir and thank you to everyone who participated in solving the case and being able to see the true side of this monster her husband in north carolina willie
fosterissued a statement calling the verdict a victory i am proud to know that justice has been done and i know dominique would be sorry same who wrote the world lost a beautiful person i
loveher and will always love her man family , this was such a sad story in my opinion to investigate for this story, this man is pure evil, a sociopath and a master manipulator, others who were unaware of his crimes and alleged crimes could not believe he was responsible for any of them described him as a gentleman someone who was charismatic the way he presented himself to some people was not how he was to others he seemed especially towards his family and those who reached out to him his public defender even told a judge at one point that he had a master's degree from towson university, which towson representatives refute by saying they have no records of him, he also said he attended church and volunteered with a city anti-violence group that turned out to be untrue according to church officials and the representative from the anti-violence group so yeah definitely definitely looks like he knew his way out of things dominique was only 43 she seemed being on the right track before her death it seemed like healing was really in the works my deepest and most sincere condolences to dominique's family i hope you have achieved some closure and can continue to live in peace well family that's all for this video thank you very much everyone a lot to see a special shout out to everyone who made it to the end make sure you like comment share and subscribe this is your girl mrs tony twice and i'm gone
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