Man charged with inflicting life-threatening injuries on girl, 2

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ATLANTA — A 27-year-old baby sitter faces charges after police say he may have been responsible for a 2-year-old girl's life-threatening head injuries.

Marietta police say Humberto Hernandez-Pineda is charged with cruelty to children and aggravated battery.

Officers responded to an apartment just before midnight Friday to discover the case of suspected child abuse. The name of the child was not released, nor was her condition.

Police did not offer further details.

Hernandez-Pineda is being held without bond in Cobb County's jail on felony charges of cruelty to children in the first degree and aggravated battery.

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Fiat_Lux
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Fiat_Lux 01/17/10 - 04:35 pm
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Please, give us a rest from

Please, give us a rest from this kind of irrelevant reportage that doesn't give any real information of interest to people in this area. It may raise an appropriate out-pouring of ire if it's local, but give us a break on the state and regional bad news of this sort. It occurs so frequently everywhere that it doesn't rise to the level of newsworthiness for CSRA readers. STOP IT.

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HollyHoly 01/17/10 - 07:13 pm
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I must agree. I think I am

I must agree. I think I am beginning to realize just how hard up the AC is for Something.

corgimom
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corgimom 01/17/10 - 09:19 pm
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She either had a toileting

She either had a toileting accident or she wouldn't stop crying. Or both.

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