MANKATO, Minn. (WCCO) — A Mankato man has been charged with first-degree assault for allegedly hitting his 2-month-old child.
The Mankato Division of Public Safety acknowledged the child died Wednesday at Mayo Clinic in Rochester after an alleged assault by her father.
Kristopher Dale Arlando Henderson, 39, of Mankato, was charged with first-degree assault in reference to the child’s accidents. He’s presently in custody.
Consistent with county officers, the Blue Earth County Authorized skilled’s office will decide on whether or not or not they want to amend the charges for Henderson counting on information from a preliminary autopsy.
Consistent with the criticism, the 2-month-old child was launched proper right into a Mankato hospital on Sept. 23 by her mom and father. Medical suppliers who examined the child reported a variety of fractures, bruising and the “presence of intracranial hemorrhage with out proof of skull fracture.”
The child was then transported to a hospital in Rochester. A child security specialist and a county detective have been positioned on the case.
On Sept. 29, medical suppliers disclosed that the child’s “restoration was grim.” By Oct. 8, the child’s state of affairs hadn’t modified and end of life conversations have been taking place.
Consistent with the criticism, Henderson admitted on Oct. 1 to cradling the child face down in his arms and struck her once more for five minutes.