'Monster' Woman Charged With Stabbing Three-Year-Old to Death & Laughs About It

June 12th, 2024 11:01 AM

Bionca Ellis, 32, was just charged with the aggravated murder of three-year-old Julian Wood after allegedly stabbing him to death in the parking lot of the North Olmsted Giant Eagle store in Cleveland, Ohio. When Ellis’ charges were being read she had a menacing grin on her face.

Little Julian and his mother, Margot Wood were headed back to their vehicle last week after going grocery shopping when Ellis allegedly ran up to them with a knife that she’d just stolen from a thrift store. Both individuals were stabbed in what appears to be a random act of violence as reports indicate the suspect and victims hadn’t had any prior interaction.

Police responded to multiple 911 calls regarding the incident, but unfortunately, it was too late.

Ms. Wood was injured, but her son, at just three-years-old, died at a local hospital after he was stabbed twice. 

Ellis was charged with murder and attempted murder by a Cuyahoga County grand jury. The jury also indicted Ellis on aggravated murder, endangering children, tampering with evidence, aggravated theft and two counts of felonious assault.

What’s really jarring, other than the fact that this lady is suspected of stabbing a three-year-old child, is that when the charges were being read, Ellis had a grin on her face. As a matter of fact, she looked directly at the camera and gave it a little smile and eyebrow raise. Ellis looked completely unfazed at what was happening.

Ellis even looked like she let out a little chuckle or laugh a few times.

The judge, after reading the indictment, asked Ellis if she wished to enter a plea of not-guilty.

“Si,” Ellis replied confidently before the judge asked her to clarify whether she meant yes or no.

“Yes,” Ellis said while starting to smile again.

Moments later, Mr. Wood entered the room and noted that “one week ago, she [Ellis] took everything from us.” He added that nothing could “ever replace” his sweet son, Julian. Mr. Wood pleaded with the judge, “just do whatever you can to keep this monster behind bars.” 

He looked like he was on the verge of a breakdown, as any man who just lost his son, and almost lost his wife, would be.

The bond was set for $5 million, which is $4 million more than it was initially set at on Friday before Julian passed away, the judge said in a video detailing the events.

Mr. Wood was right. If it’s true that Ellis killed innocent Julian, she is a monster.