Child's Abnormal Behavior at Cookout Leads to Arrest; Police Have Charged Man, 25, and Woman, 18 with Child Abuse, Neglect

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Child's Abnormal Behavior at Cookout Leads to Arrest; Police Have Charged Man, 25, and Woman, 18 with Child Abuse, Neglect


An 18-year-old woman and 25-year-old man are under arrest after a young girl was hospitalized with a skull fracture, wrist fractures and two leg fractures, Jacksonville police said.

Amanda Carolyn Glass and Sean Michael Archibeque of Confederate Point Road were charged Wednesday with aggravated child abuse and child neglect causing great bodily harm. Each remains in jail on $125,000 bail each.

The Westside couple told investigators that the toddler "went limp" when she woke from a nap on May 26 and was diagnosed with a viral infection when taken to a hospital emergency room. But at a Monday family cookout, the toddler wasn't acting normal, moving slowly and slumped over, according to the arrest report.

They told police she had fallen off a toddler bed, hit her head in the tub and also on corner of the hallway wall, according to the arrest report. By Wednesday officials diagnosed her as the victim of abuse and neglect.

Dan Scanlan

BOY SHOOTS HIMSELF AFTER FINDING HANDGUN

A young boy shot himself in the leg Thursday afternoon in his family home after he apparently found a handgun in his mother's purse, Jacksonville police said.

Police said the boy's parents were sitting on their couch at 1 p.m. when they heard a gunshot from the dining room. They ran in to find one of their three children with a gunshot wound in the lower left leg.

The boy's father said both he and his wife work for a liquor store in Arlington whose owner likes them to have a gun while on duty, according to the police report. …

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