A 22-year-old North Attleborough man has reportedly been held on $100,000 bail after pleading not guilty to injuring his friend's 1-month daughter he was babysitting.
Authorities say Matthew Johnson reportedly caused injuries to the baby earlier this month including a brain injury, bruises and six rib fractures. A doctor told police the injuries were consistent with shaken baby syndrome.
Johnson told investigators he reportedly tripped over a child's toy and accidentally dropped the child, causing the injuries.
Johnson's girlfriend, Eden Beauregard, was also reportedly helping care for the child and is facing a charge of permitting substantial injuries to a child and reckless endangerment of a child.
The baby reportedly remains hospitalized.
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