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Crisfield Police Arrest Man for Child Abuse After Infant Burned

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CRISFIELD, Md.- Crisfield police have arrested a man for child abuse and related charges after a 6-month-old boy was found to be suffering from serious burns to one-third of his body.

Police said that on Friday, officers were called to the Somers Cove Apartments where they found the infant to have sustained multiple thermal burns to his lower half.

According to investigators, the child was then transported to McCready Hospital where doctors determined that he was suffering from second-degree burns to 33 percent of his body. The child was later flown to the Johns Hopkins Burn Center in Baltimore where he is listed in stable condition.

As a result of their investigation, police arrested 25-year-old Zacorey Laquaton Parker for second-degree child abuse, second-degree assault and reckless endangerment. He is being held at the Somerset County Detention Center in lieu of $150,000 bond.

 

 

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