HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) - Police arrested a man early Thursday morning on several child abuse-related charges.
Police arrested Juan Pablo Hernandez-Isquidero, 22, and charged him with two counts of rape, five counts of sodomy, three counts of aggravated child abuse, one count of domestic violence and one count of sexual abuse of a child under 12.
Kentucky child abuse workers committed a “major policy failure” when they failed to remove a 3-year-old girl with a broken arm from her father’s custody — only to have her die just two weeks later of a head injury, a top state official acknowledged...
An unknown number of child-maltreatment deaths probably go without individual review — and in some cases are unaccounted for — by Colorados parallel systems for investigating child abuse and neglect fatalities, national experts say.
"What we know in Colorado right now is that we don't even know how many children have died of abuse and neglect in the state, we don't know what systems worked or didn't work before the child died,"
Two years ago, it was bruising on the legs, the arms, and the torso of a then-5-month-old boy.
But on Tuesday, it was at least 10 rib fractures on that boy’s new baby brother. At just four weeks old, doctors told authorities the baby could be permanently injured or even die from the severity of the injuries discovered during an unrelated hospital visit.