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Louisville parents behind bars after newborn baby hospitalized with severe injuries, police say

April 7, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Two Louisville parents were jailed this week after police said their newborn baby was hospitalized with severe injuries, including broken bones and bruises.

Two Louisville parents were jailed this week after police said their newborn baby was hospitalized with severe injuries, including broken bones and bruises. Brent Bishop, 30, and Amanda Yff, 26, were arrested on charges of criminal abuse after their baby was transported Monday to Norton Children's Hospital, the Louisville Metro Police Department said. Investigators wrote in an arrest citation that the 9-day-old baby had a broken humerus, two broken radial bones, a broken right tibia, a broken right femur and a broken left femur. Medical examiners also found the baby had a bruise to the left side of the head. According to police, Yff said she fed the baby and the Bishop took the child with him in another room for a few hours.

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