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Georgia Babysitter Beat Child to Death: Kirstie Hannah Flood Biography, Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Family, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Kirstie Hannah Flood Biography

Kirstie Hannah Flood Biography – Kirstie Hannah Flood Wiki

Kirstie Hannah Flood is the Georgia babysitter facing murder charges after police said she beat the 2-year-old girl in her care.

Police found it annoying in internet searches about harassing children on Flood’s phone, according to an arrest report received by WSB-TV. Heavy reached out to Sandy Springs Police Department to request a copy of the report.


Fulton County prisoner records show that Flood, 29, was arrested on December 11 and is behind bars as of this writing. It was unclear if he had a lawyer to speak on his behalf.


The Sandy Springs Police Department did not reveal the little girl’s name. But a GoFundMe campaign launched to support the boy’s mother identified the toddler as Fallon Fridley.


According to police, officers received a call on December 9 about “an unresponsive boy in an apartment on Monterey Parkway in Sandy Springs.” Referring to the police, WSB-TV reported that Flood told investigators that Fallon had fallen in the park. She said that Fallon hit her head on a slide and she lost consciousness.


Fallon ran to Atlanta Child Health Care. It was announced that he died in the hospital. The police revealed that an autopsy had described what happened to Sel. The medical inspector determined that Fallon was “seriously injured” that resulted in his death.


Investigators urge anyone who might have additional information about Fallon’s death to contact Sandy Springs Police Detective Delaney by email WDelaney@SandySpringsGA.gov or by calling 770-551-3313.


Flood was looking after Fallon a few months before the toddler died. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Flood was hired as Fallon’s full-time caregiver in August, citing the boy’s family. The newspaper did not explain how often Sel was watching the child.


Internet searches on Flood’s phone showed that he was angry with the little girl. According to an arrest warrant received by WSB-TV, the police found creepy calls such as “what kinds of people like to abuse other people’s children” and “what does it mean to have a sudden urge to beat a child who is not yours”.


Flood went to jail on 11 December. According to prisoner records, Flood faces the following charges:


Serious Murder (2 issues)

Bad Murder

Heavy Battery

Cruelty to Children, Grade 1


A survey of online records shows that Flood lived in Smyrna, Georgia, in Cobb County. He was arrested several times in the county, based on a search for public court records.


Sel was arrested in August 2010 after being charged in a domestic violence case. The court decree does not provide details that would require calling the police about the two victims on the list or what exactly happened. Records show that Flood faced three charges: two assaults and one for crimes involving minors.


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Cobb County Forensic Records

Kirstie Hannah Flood was arrested in 2010 in a domestic violence case.


The bond was set at $ 10,000. According to court records, the judge ordered Flood to refrain from consuming alcohol, over-the-counter drugs, and to take random drug and alcohol tests. Possessing any firearms and communicating with the victims was prohibited. The judge also decided that Flood should seek advice, at his own expense.


Cobb County court records show that Flood was arrested in February 2010 and faces four charges:


Young Retention

Contributing to the Minor’s Guilt (2 counts)

Violation of Crime

In this situation, Flood and the two defendants were ordered to stay away from a 16-year-old girl. In this case, the bond was set at $ 2,500.


Flood was arrested again in November 2012. According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Flood was pulled aside for a traffic violation and the officer found an anti-anxiety drug in his vehicle. He was arrested because the drug had no prescription. The newspaper reported that Flood was detained for three years after accepting the defense agreement; probation was lifted less than a year later and Flood was ordered to provide 150 hours of community service.


GoFundMe campaign was launched on behalf of little Fallon’s mother, Kristin Fridley Gantt, to help cover funeral and medical expenses. As of this writing, the fund had raised more than $26,000. The organizers described Fallon and her mother on the page:

Fallon was a beautiful little girl with her whole life ahead of her. She was only two years old. It is so hard to make sense of her cruel, tragic and untimely loss. Our hearts are broken for Kristin and her family and we grieve with her right now. Kristin works so hard every day saving the lives of the most at risk animals in our community. She of all people doesn’t deserve to experience this tragedy.

The organizers also commented on the charges against Flood on December 15:

Friends, the pain for Kristin and her family has deepened further today as the news of the babysitter’s arrest has been made public. It is one thing to lose your child to an illness or an accident, it is another thing entirely to have your child murdered by someone you know and trusted.

We stand united with Kristin in our desire to see justice for Fallon and this evil person held accountable to the fullest extent of the law. We are heartbroken and horrified over the loss of Fallon’s precious and innocent life being cruely taken by another human being. Please continue to keep Kristin and her family in your hearts and prayers. She is experiencing hell on earth that no parent should have to endure.

A memorial service was scheduled for December 17, WXIA-TV reported.