Riviera Beach police responded to murdered woman’s house 34 times in 4 years
10 calls were for domestic disturbances
In the nearly four years before Natasha Whyte-Dell and four of her seven children were killed at the hands of her estranged husband on Monday, police came to her house 34 times. Ten times they came for domestic disturbances. Twice, Whyte-Dell said her husband, Patrick Alexander Dell, was breaking in. Once she reported an “older male” had stomped on her child’s face. Not once did the Riviera Beach Police Department arrest anyone. The revelation that police had visited Whyte-Dell’s house so many times comes from the department’s call logs, which were given to The Palm Beach Post in response to a public records request on Wednesday.
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