Kid attacked with stun gun
TULSA - Tulsa police and health officials say they're still shocked over a recent violent crime against a 5-year-old child.
Police say Phillip Hudson Jr. used a stun gun on the boy, the son of an ex-girlfriend, 20 times while babysitting him last week.
The child's doctor said the boy suffered burns to his chest, arm, leg and foot.
Police say the 24-year-old Hudson beat the 5-year-old with a piece of wood, like a yard stick, before switching over to a stun gun.
Authorities were first notified by a Eugene Field Elementary teacher when the child complained of pain in his arm and shoulder. He's now in the custody of the Department of Human Services.
Sandra Ward, a neighbor of Hudson who admits she doesn't know the man, is shocked at the allegations against him.
"It's a horrible thing, it's a horrible thing ... He should be put away," she said.
Fortunately, the boy's doctor doesn't expect any long-term effects, but will be conducting tests on his heart.