Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Child Neglect
The parents of a seven-month-old boy have been arrested. They are accused of shaking the baby so badly that his brain moved 2-centimeters causing him to be visually impaired. Charlotte and Joe Whitaker of Telford were indicted by a grand jury earlier in the month for an August 15th incident where their son was taken to a local hospital. That is where investigators say they found evidence of shaken baby syndrome in the child, who was also malnourished, weighing just 15-pounds. Further medical investigation revealed the child was healing from fractures to his legs. Both parents have been charged. The child is in state custody. His siblings are in the custody of their other parents. (CC)

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