Kim Malpass is an Auburn mother who recently re-emerged in the TB world after she was seen trying to collect the stimulus money while also collecting disability checks.
Kim Malpass first appeared on TB five years ago when she allowed a 2 year old foster child named Avalena Conway to die under her care. Malpass was running a foster factory in her home, lied to police about her career criminal boyfriend AJ Mallett living with her, and was puking drunk the night before Ava Conway was discovered dead.
Police were called to her current home nearly 30 times since 2008 when she moved in and more than 60 times in all to the three homes she’s had at a public complex since 2005. According to DCF she has been a licensed foster caregiver since 2014 and has had 6 additional foster children in her care during that time.
I asked why she was never charged with a crime, since Ava Conway never received justice, and was only reminded of it because I saw her trying to double dip on a Worcester handout page and realized she was still with the boyfriend.
Then this happened yesterday:
Kimberly Malpass, a foster mother in Auburn, has been indicted in the 2015 death of a 2-year-old girl, Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr announced Wednesday. Malpass was also indicted in connection with injury of a second child in her custody. A Worcester County grand jury handed up indictments on Tuesday, charging the 39-year-old with two counts of reckless endangerment of a child and one count of misleading a police investigation. She will be arraigned at a future date in Worcester Superior Court, the district attorney’s office said.
Avalena M. Conway-Coxon and a second toddler, who was 22 months old at the time, were found unresponsive in Malpass’s home on Aug. 15, 2015, the district attorney’s office said. Both children were taken to UMass Memorial Hospital, University Campus, where Conway-Coxon was pronounced dead. The second child was initially listed in critical condition and was in a coma for several weeks, the district attorney said. She suffered life-long injuries. The toddlers both showed symptoms of heat stroke, Early’s office said. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner was not able to determine the cause of death for Conway-Coxon.
The indictments, Early’s office said, are the result of a lengthy investigation by the State Police Detectives assigned to the District Attorney’s Office and Auburn Police.
Finally, there will be justice for Ava Conway. I remember this vividly because my oldest daughter was 3 months old at the time and I couldn’t understand how a little girl like this could be unloved and unwanted by so many people. It just boggled my mind how insanely bad this poor girl’s luck was to be born to a junkie who wasn’t there for her because she went to jail, only to be handed off to a ratchet who hoarded foster kids for the checks and then neglected them.
I’m not saying that the blog I wrote in April is the reason Joe Early decided to charge this skag, but the timing is certainly interesting. There was no mention of this story for five years, then I did some ratchet shaming and they suddenly decided to indict her. You can believe that’s a coincidence if you want to, but we all know that ever since the Alli Bibaud/State Police story TB is in Joe Early’s head, and the last thing he wants is to be called out again for not doing his job. He’s learning.
Please consider supporting local journalism by donating to the Turtle fund:
Hello Turtle Riders. As you know if you follow Turtleboy we are constantly getting censored and banned by Facebook for what are clearly not violations of their terms of service. Twitter has done the same, and trolls mass reported our blog to Google AdSense thousands of times, leading to demonitization. We can get by and survive, but we could really use your help. Please consider donating by hitting the PayPal button above if you’d like support free speech and what we do in the face of Silicon Valley censorship. Or just buy our award winning book about the dangers of censorship and rise of Turtleboy: