A series of arrests spanning a week in Fort Worth, Texas tells the story of a life dangerously out of control.
What began on April 10 as a case of credit or debit card abuse against Cheri Aziza Akil, 39, allegedly escalated two days later to driving while intoxicated, having suicidal thoughts and hitting a pregnant hospital employee with such strength that the woman lost her. unborn baby. Days after that, a longstanding methamphetamine possession case appears to have put Akil in renewed legal danger in Taylor County after the alleged attack, Tarrant County Jail records show.
Akil’s financial criminal case led to his arrest on April 10 and the issuance of $1,500 bond. Jail records show Akil was arrested on April 12 for allegedly driving while intoxicated and for allegedly intentionally/knowingly operating an illicit gambling hall. Records also show that a murder charge was issued the same day.
On April 17, prison records indicated that the accused also had an ongoing methamphetamine possession case.
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According to Dallas ABC affiliate WFAA, Akil is accused of punching the pregnant hospital worker just after noon on April 12 at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. This allegedly happened after Akil was detained by the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office. She was described in the report as a potentially suicidal inmate who had been taken to hospital for treatment.
Akil, whose Facebook page identifies her as a “stay-at-home parent”, was reportedly restrained in bed by hospital staff when she punched the hospital worker. After the punch, hospital staff discovered that the pregnant woman’s unborn child had no pulse.
According to Texas law, it is a capital crime if a “person murders an individual under the age of 10” – and the definition of an individual “means a living human being, including an unborn child in every stage of gestation, from fertilization to birth.”
An October 2018 report by Abilene ABC affiliate KTXS named Akil as one of 40 people facing indictments in Taylor County. It was a methamphetamine possession case that led to a guilty plea in June 2021 with a deferred judgment of a three-year sentence of community supervision and 160 hours of community service, according to the Taylor County court records reviewed by Law&Crime show.
Records also show that prosecutors filed a motion to revoke this postponement in October 2022. An entry in the docket from January 4, 2023 indicates that Akil was found guilty, her deferred community supervision was revoked and a probationary period of seven years came into force. Another motion to have community supervision revoked was filed April 17, the day Tarrant County records listed Akil as being suspended in the meth possession case.
In June 2021, the judge who accepted the guilty plea for methamphetamine possession found that Akil was mentally capable.
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