Monday, March 5, 2012

In Florida, Shaken baby syndrome diagnosis leads to arrest | Shaken Baby Syndrome

Deputies in Charlotte County reportedly arrested Tyler Bryan Rosselot Jr., a 21-year-old man,  after they say an eight-month-old boy was reportedly diagnosed with shaken baby syndrome.
On February 28, the boy's mother and her boyfriend - Tyler Bryan Rosselot Jr. - took her baby to Peace River Regional Medical Center because the child was unresponsive. 

Doctors there then had the baby flown to All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg. 

The boy's mother said her son was fine when she left to go to a grocery store and when she came back about 30 minutes later, Rosselot reportedly met her at the doorway and waved her inside.
The mother said she drove the baby to the ER because she thought it would have been faster than waiting for an ambulance.
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