Man Accused Of Child Abuse

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Updated: 7/13/2012 12:37 pm

A Berea man is arrested for a child abuse case last month.

Kentucky State Police say Roscoe Abner, 31, is accused of abusing a child under 12 years old.

Police were called to the St. Joseph's Emergency room two weeks ago for a report of a two-month-old boy with a broken leg.

The baby was then transported to  the UK Medical Center for treatment.

Abner is being held at the Madison County Detention Center.

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ams33 - 7/20/2012 9:11 AM
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Someone like that needs to be under the prison, who in their right mind would break a 2 month old babies leg? Pitiful
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