Nicholasville Man Accused Of Shaking Baby

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Updated: 4/16/2012 6:11 pm
Nicholasville Police Department Detectives have arrested Eric D. Arthur, 24, for first degree assault after being accused of shaking his son.

Police were dispatched to UK Hospital because of suspicious head trauma to the 11-week-old boy.

Detectives arrived at the hospital and began an investigation that culminated in the arrest of Arthur.  According to the citation, Arthur caused serious physical injury to his son by picking him up while crying and shaking him.

Arthur is currently lodged in the Jessamine County Detention Center.

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