Tuesday, September 10, 2002

Baby sitter indicted in injury to infant




        HAMILTON - A baby sitter who is accused of shaking a baby so hard she injured him was indicted Monday by a Butler County grand jury on a felony charge of endangering children.

        Kirsten Bradfish, 36, of Liberty Township, baby-sat 5-month-old David Stevens, of Fairfield Township, at her home Aug. 26.

        The baby began exhibiting symptoms shortly after his mother picked him up from Ms. Bradfish's home, police said.

        He suffered head and eye injuries consistent with shaken-baby syndrome, police said.

        Doctors found blood and fluid inside his skull and hemorrhages inside his eyes, they said.

       



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