According to police officers, the children who saw the dad on the beach hit his mom with a “blue stick”. It was a concrete pipe.


Editor’s Note: This story describes a graphic instance of domestic violence. Please continue with caution.

“Daddy was hitting mom with a blue stick,” the 11-year-old daughter of a woman allegedly beaten to death on Long Beach said in a forensic interview with authorities.

“Daddy was jumping at mom,” the kid later added.

The rod was actually a blue concrete pipe, and the events shared by the couple’s eldest daughter with a forensic interviewer, along with other evidence, confirmed what Long Beach police had long suspected: Robert Osinsky (37). ) Is said to have killed his inner wife, Ashley A. “Angie” Barbara.

That and other fascinating testimony about the alleged attack came at Osinski’s preliminary hearing on Wednesday at the Harrison County Court of Justice. After hearing the evidence, it didn’t take long for Judge Diane Radner of the Court of Justice to discover that there was sufficient evidence to detain the case to the Harrison Grand Jury for prosecution.

The The killing occurred on January 9th. The day after Osinski left Hancock County prison with a $ 10,000 bond on suspicion of assaulting Barbara’s sister’s boyfriend six years ago.

Investigators from Hancock County Security Officer have not revealed why it took six years to arrest Osinski in the 2015 assault, but according to the affidavit filed in the case, Osinski was on a four-wheeled vehicle. Of his head, allegedly overrun the victim and repeatedly hit his back.

An ambulance took the man from the scene on Longview Street to a local hospital for treatment.

And it wasn’t the first time Oshinki was accused of assault. He was previously arrested in the Parish of St. Tammany, Louisiana, for a misdemeanor domestic violent assault involving Barbara at the Long Beach Police Station. Brad Gross said on Wednesday.

Despite his history of alleged assault domestic violence In other jurisdictions, judges in the Hancock County Court of Justice set Osinski’s public debt at $ 10,000 in the Hancock County assault case.

Two days behind the bar, Osinski was a free man.

Suspect attacked a woman after release from prison

When Osinski returned to the couple’s 24-foot camper van in the US 90 parking lot after being released from Hancock County Prison, events leading to Barbara’s death began to occur.

Osinski was angry after being trapped for assault and began to accuse Barbara of fooling him, investigators said.

In the hours that followed, the oldest child repeatedly hit Barbara with a concrete pipe to the authorities, and when she fell to the ground, he jumped on her and began beating her.

At some point when Barbara was on the floor of the couple’s camper, the children told authorities that Barbara shouted to stop Osinski. You will paralyze me, “Gross said.

When Barbara lost consciousness, the oldest child said, her father grabbed the oxygen he happened to have in his camper van and tried to revive Barbara, but failed.

He reminded the children at the time that their mother had done this before, that is, she fainted on suspicion of assault, the investigator said.

Hair peeling, broken hands, or other injuries

At first, the couple’s children provided little information about what happened. Apparently, after her father found Barbara on the seawall near Cleveland Avenue and tried to revive her, she told her children that her mother needed to be taken to the hospital. process.

On the way there, the 11-year-old girl began trying to CPR her mother, but Osinski told her to stop, the investigator said.

The child told authorities that Osinski rode for a while still trying to understand what to do about Barbara. He had Barbara in the backseat of her Chevrolet Tahoe, where investigators later found blood in her seat and elsewhere.

Osinski then instructed the 11-year-old girl to wipe her blood from her mother’s wound before arriving at the Memorial Hospital in Gulfport.

When they got there, video footage from the hospital showed Osinski putting Barbara’s dragging body in a wheelchair and trying to adjust her head as it continued to fall, Gross said.

When Osinski spoke to hospital officials, he said, “Her name is Ashley, and I have a child in the car,” and then he left, Gross said.

In addition to the bloody wounds on her body, Barbara had bald spots on her hair that Osinski allegedly tore during the attack, her eyes blackened, swollen and closed. According to investigators, her hands were broken and her one finger was stretched and cut off to her bones.

In addition, Gross said Barbara had a large notch across the length of her forehead, from which the material in the brain appeared to hang, according to investigators.

Barbara, whose pulse had already weakened when she arrived at the hospital, was declared dead after a while.

Gross said there was evidence of an old wound on Barbara’s body, consistent with possible injuries in previous assaults.

Bloody crime scene

Shortly after the investigation began, Long Beach police obtained an investigation warrant for a couple’s camper vans on Long Beach.

According to Gross, clothes, food, bicycles, tools, cats and dogs, and various other belongings were scattered inside.

He said the first thing the investigators noticed was blood on the walls and floor, and what looked like skin hanging from the mirror in the bathroom inside.

Authorities also recovered bloody concrete pipes and other evidence.

Osinski said he was detained when he returned to the hospital after dropping his three children to his boss’s house.

Osinski was involved in the construction.

When police tried to ask Osinski about the alleged attack, he declined and asked for a lawyer instead.

Osinski remains imprisoned in Harrison County for $ 1 million in public debt. In addition, he is not detained for exacerbation of alleged assault in Hancock County and is not eligible for release in that case.

After Barbara’s death, the three brothers were placed in child protection services.

According to Harrison County prosecutor Harman Cox, all children are in the same place.

If convicted of murder, Osinski could be sentenced to life imprisonment.

If you are a victim of domestic violence in southern Mississippi and need help, Gulf Nonviolence Center At 1-800-800-1396.