Two-year-old Madden Jenks was playing in an Illinois park with his dad Jaysen Kenney and mom Sally Jenks. Wanting to be a big boy, Madden was on his dad's shoulders attempting the monkey bars. Suddenly the boy said "ouch" and was put down by his father. When the boy's hand started to bleed the parents noticed razor blades glued all over the playground equipment.

It was at Millenium Park in East Moline, Illinois where the incident occurred. Sally described the playground, “They were on the monkey bars, the rock-climbing wall, the fire pole, the bottom of the slide. Just everywhere,” she said. “All the razor blades were placed up, so when you grabbed them it would hit their wrists or your hands,” said Madden’s dad, Jayson. He went on to describe the event, “It’s pretty sick. Psychotic. Luckily, it wasn't deeper. He wasn’t old enough to put his weight on the monkey bars, What if he didn't cut his hand and he slit his wrist?”

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Capt. Reynolds at (309) 752-1552 or Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at (309) 762-9500.

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