A 55-year-old Louisiana man who was convicted of capital murder in the killing of his daughter in South Texas is set to be executed Friday.
Alfred Bourgeois, a truck driver from LaPlace, Louisianna, was convicted of capital murder in 2004 for the death of his 2-year-old daughter at Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi.
He was also found guilty of physically and emotionally torturing, sexually molesting and beating the child to death, court records state.
In July 2002, Bourgeois, his daughter and two family members followed him on his trucking route to Corpus Christi naval base to deliver a shipment, according to court documents.
Documents state Bourgeois became angry with his daughter because she tipped over her potty training seat he would force her to sit on. He grabbed her by her shoulders and slammed the back of her head into the windshield around the dashboard four times, records state.
The child was taken to the hospital where she later died after being on life support. The medical examiner found deep tissue bruising in every area of the girl’s body, documents state.
Authorities also discovered Bourgeois had constantly abused the girl violently and sexually. Bourgeois was put on death row in 2004.
He is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection on Friday, Dec. 11 at the Federal Correction Complex Terre Haute in Indiana.
Alexandria Rodriguez covers breaking news and crime in South Texas. Support local news by checking out our subscription options and special offers at Caller.com/subscribe
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