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CaptionCloseA 57-year-old man was charged with several counts of assault last week for what police describe was a meth-fueled tirade against his toddler sons and adult daughter.A 57-year-old man was charged with several counts of assault last week for what...

Charges: Man goes on meth-fueled rampage against family

CaptionCloseA 57-year-old man was charged with several counts of assault last week for what police describe was a meth-fueled tirade against his toddler sons and adult daughter.A 57-year-old man was charged with several counts of assault last week for what...

Charges: Man goes on meth-fueled rampage against family

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A 57-year-old man was charged with several counts of assault last week for what police describe was a meth-fueled tirade against his toddler sons and adult daughter.

A 57-year-old man was charged with several counts of assault last week for what police describe was a meth-fueled tirade against his toddler sons and adult daughter.

A 57-year-old man was charged last week with several counts of assault for what police described as a meth-fueled tirade against his toddler sons and adult daughter.

The man's two sons, ages 2 and 3, came away with several scratches, bruises and dried blood stains when police found them at the family's Federal Way home April 11, according to incident reports.

The daughter, court records say, was attacked with a kitchen knife when she tried to defend the young brothers from their father.

The father reportedly had attended a military reunion and was expected to return hours later, but instead he was gone three days, Officer Richard Adams wrote in the police report.

His daughter claimed he returned home about 12:45 a.m. and appeared under the influence of drugs.

About seven hours later, the woman awoke to sounds of her father "growling" and her brothers screaming. In the hallway, she found her father allegedly holding the 2-year-old boy in one arm and pushing the 3-year-old boy by the throat against a wall.

When the woman confronted her father, he reportedly punched his daughter in the head and continued to punch her.

During the scuffle, one or both of the boys grabbed two serrated table knives and the them at their sister while she tussled with the father on the ground, reports say.

While the woman tried to place her father in a submission hold, he allegedly grabbed one of the knives and repeatedly tried to stab her by swinging toward her head and back, according to court records. The daughter blocked the attempted stabs, but her father reportedly continued to punch her with his free hand.

At one point, the woman broke free and struck her father in the head with a piece of wood, Adams wrote. She ran to a neighbor's home to call 911.

The woman then returned to check on her brothers, only to find them locked in the bathroom with their father. She broke into the bathroom to find the father straddled on top of the 3-year-old, while also grabbing the 2-year-old by the shirt, reports indicate.

The father and daughter engaged in another physical struggle in which the man allegedly punched her repeatedly and strangled her.

At one point, the woman told the 3-year-old boy to open her bedroom door, releasing her dog. The dog initially bit her, but she directed the dog to bite her father, Adams wrote in the incident report. She ultimately escaped to her bedroom and called 911.

Police arrived and struggled to handcuff the man, who resisted officers' attempts to detain him, according to court documents.

Cops found the woman with scratches and a bite mark, while spotting dried blood, bruises and scratches on the children. The 3-year-old also had a swollen lump on his face and an "indentation mark" around his neck.

Federal Way police reports say that while being treated in the emergency room, the defendant told an officer, "My daughter did what she had to do," and said the same for the dog.

Adams told detectives he had taken methamphetamine and heard voices telling him that his daughter was not his real daughter, reports say.

The man is charged with two counts of second-degree assault, one count of second-degree child assault and one count of fourth-degree assault with child abuse. He remains jailed on $300,000 bail.

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