An obituary published Feb. 5 identified the child as Madison Nicole Hughes, who died Jan. 30.
The incident happened reportedly Jan. 26-27, inside a home in Marrero, a Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office detective said. Property records show the baby's maternal family resides there, as did Riego, a former Buras resident.
Riego reportedly admitted he shook the baby, but only after the autopsy revealed the infant died from being shaken, Detective Travis Eserman testified Tuesday during a probable cause hearing in the 24th Judicial District Court.
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