Tulsa Police have arrested a 25-year-old man after he allegedly slammed a 6-month-old child's head into a crib because the child was being "fussy."
The suspect, Andrew Stotts, said he woke up in the early hours to feed the child, but the child was being fussy. Stotts then reportedly slammed the child's head against the crib and wall.
Stotts told police that he slammed the child against the wall and crib "pretty hard."
The six-month-old was transported to Saint Francis with extensive bruising to the head, face and shoulder. At the hospital, it was revealed the child had a fractured skull.
Stotts was arrested on complaints of child abuse by injury and is being held on $50,000 bond.
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Channel 8's Ethan Calloway reports.
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