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crys_xoxo

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"According to an arrest slip, Donnie Rowe, 28, provided detectives with a Mirandized statement in which he admitted to inflicting severe injuries on his 2-month-old.

Officials said the infant has been receiving medical treatment since Saturday for multiple skull fractures, retinal hemorrhages and several other documented injuries that are consistent with abusive head trauma.

The arrest slip said the infant is currently on life support and it's unknown if he will survive the injuries.

Rowe is charged with assault and criminal abuse."


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Neighbors in the Kenwood Mobile Home Park said Rowe came to them after he realized his son was hurt.
One of those neighbors, Tiffany Miller, said she tried to help.

“(The child) was pale white,” Miller said. “When I took him, he looked at me, grabbing my mouth, whimpering, but he was going uhhh, uhhh, uhhh, like he was gasping for air and couldn’t breathe.”

Miller said she gave the boy back to Rowe so he could change his diaper. She also said she told him to call 911, but said it wasn’t until Saturday when the baby got medical treatment.

Police said the baby suffered multiple skull fractures, retinal hemorrhages and several other injuries which are consistent with abusive head trauma.
“To have skull fractures like that, he had to be thrown, punched, or shook real hard,” Miller speculated.

According to Rowe’s police report, he was on drugs at the time and on Tuesday, admitted to police that he caused his son’s injuries.
 

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A relative started a GoFundMe account to raise money for the infant’s mother, who is unable to work right now. Doctors said that if Bryson survives, he may have medical issues for the rest of his life.

You can donate to the GoFundMe here.
 

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