Baby Treated for Skull Fracture, Burned Hands & Other Injuries, Child Abuse Suspected

Baby Treated for Skull Fracture, Burned Hands & Other Injuries, Child Abuse Suspected

(Oakland County Sheriff’s Department, Jan. 16, 2016)

Royal Oak, MI – INCIDENT:  17:43 hrs. – City of Pontiac –Child Abuse Investigation #16-7234

SUMMARY: Deputies responded to Royal Oak Beaumont to meet with Child Protective Services regarding a possible child abuse complaint. A toddler had been transported from McLaren Oakland Hospital for emergency care related to a skull fracture, brain bleed, left eye retinal hemorrhage, burns to the hand and swelling to both cheeks.

OUTCOME OF INCIDENT: Detective’s responded to Royal Oak Beaumont hospital.  Interviews were conducted. The child was admitted to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit for continued treatment.  The investigation is ongoing.

VICTIM INFORMATION:  15 month old female, resident of Wayne

SUSPECT INFORMATION: 26 year old female, resident of Pontiac

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