East Coast Violent Crime

Baby Has Broken Bones and Cut Tongue, Couple Arrested

Baby Has Broken Bones
Baby Has Broken Bones and Cut Tongue, Couple Arrested

Baby Has Broken Bones and Cut Tongue, Couple Arrested

A couple faces child abuse charges after their 2-month-old son reportedly had broken bones and a cut tongue.

Dustin R. Mullinax, 26, and Sabra L. Blevins, 30, both of Raleigh, were taken into custody Tuesday, according to county records.

The child was taken to the hospital for a cut tongue and hospital staff found evidence of broken bones, leading police to investigate, The News & Observer reported.

Both bonds were raised from $50,000 to $500,000, WRAL-TV reported.

Both face a felony charge of intentionally inflicting serious injury on a child. The News & Observer reported Mullinax faces a misdemeanor child abuse charge related to the cut on the baby’s tongue.

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