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Chickasha Man Accused Of Slugging 7-Year-Old Stepdaughter

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Hensley, who police said had his stepdaughter's blood on his jeans, admitted he hit her. Hensley, who police said had his stepdaughter's blood on his jeans, admitted he hit her.
CHICKASHA, Oklahoma -

A Chickasha man is accused of slugging his 7-year-old stepdaughter in the face and drawing blood. Police said a witness saw it happen outside Nana Sue's Laundromat Saturday evening.

The man flagged down a passing police officer, who questioned Michael Hensley and the little girl. Hensley, who police said had his stepdaughter's blood on his jeans, admitted he hit her.

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The girl also told police, before Hensley hit her, he squeezed her stomach so hard, she vomited in the parking lot. Police said they found blood and vomit in the parking lot.

Christy Branch was at Nana Sue's doing laundry with her daughter Tuesday and was disgusted by what she heard.

"It's just crazy," said Branch. "I can't believe there's people out there like that."

Hensley remains in the Grady County Jail on $20,000 bond.

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