Father charged for gluing his toddler daughter's mouth and eyes shut with super glue.

Johnnie Lee Carter, 29, was arrested on MondayƂ  and charged with injury to a child causing serious bodily injury, which is a first-degree felony. He's accused of gluing his 14-month-old's mouth and eyes closed
A Texas father was arrested after he was suspected of glueing shut the eyes and mouth of his one-year-old daughter shut and then fleeing. El Paso County records show 29-year-old Johnnie Lee Carter is being held Wednesday on a charge of injury to a child causing serious bodily injury. On September 16, Odessa police called to a domestic disturbance found the 14-month-old girl with facial injuries and her mouth and eyes glued. She was taken to a hospital where authorities also noticed redness around her neck. According to an affidavit, the toddler's mother told police that Carter choked and punched the girl then applied adhesive. A super glue stick was found nearby and Carter had fled. He also put a two-month baby under pillows and a blanket because the baby had been crying. Carter was arrested Monday at a motel in El Paso. He faces extradition to Odessa, some 270 miles (435 kilometres) away. Online records didn't list an attorney who can speak on Carter's behalf.