Columbus Police arrested and charged a man for allegedly causing severe injuries to a 19-month-old baby.
Police said Kevin A. Greene Jr., 21, turned himself in to police Wednesday on outstanding warrants.
Police said Greene gave detectives information that implemented him in the child abuse case. Greene is the boyfriend of the child's mother.
The baby was discovered at a residence in the 1600 block of North High Street on November 10 after someone placed a 911 call.
Court documents indicated that Greene allegedly struck the baby's head with his hand, fracturing the 19-month-old's skull.
The force of the strike affected the baby's vision and caused the baby to have seizures.
Detectives said that they believed the baby would suffer from a "long term disability."
Police said the child was treated at Nationwide Children's Hospital for bleeding on his brain, an acute skull fracture and bruising on his face.
The baby's current condition was not released. Green faces felonious assault and child endangering charges.
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