Man Accused Of Assaulting 6-Week-Old Son

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Updated: 6/14/2012 5:49 pm
A man who was beaten and robbed Wednesday night at 5th and Limestone in Lexington has been arrested and charged with child abuse.

Police say Joseph D. Norris, 41, was seen assaulting his 6-week old son at UK Good Samaritan Hospital Wednesday night.

According to authorities, someone reported the assault. Police say Norris was beaten and robbed on Limestone after the child's assault. Norris was later arrested by UK police.

There are no arrests in the beating.


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angela - 6/20/2012 9:48 PM
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this is shameful...he got what he gave..

jlw6710 - 6/14/2012 3:52 PM
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I hope the.mom leaves him if not she is sorry. Leave this man woman he should not be mean to your son and then u take him back. So that means u approve of him being mean to him. Then the kid needs to go to the welfare where he will b taken care of and u need to b in jail with him. If u leave him good for u.

jlw6710 - 6/14/2012 3:50 PM
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He took him getting beat out on his son. He deserved to be beat more.
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