An employee from Florida's Charlotte County Corrections Institution faces charges of child abuse as a result of an incident of shaken baby syndrome, according to the NBC-2 news website. The site reports that the 23-year-old, Vincent Silio Orlando, is believed to have shaken his three-month-old boy multiple times in separate incidents. Nurses from Peace River Medical Center's emergency room reportedly notified police Friday, September 4, of the three-month-old's head injuries and their consistency with shaken baby syndrome, and further medical investigation at another hospital revealed that there were two other incidents of head trauma to the child in addition to Friday's incident.
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