Richmond Woman Charged In Abuse Case

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 2/01/2013 7:21 pm
Richmond Police said Kayleigh Norris, 22, of Richmond, was charged this week in connection to an abuse case that dates back to June, 2012.

Investigators said on June 9, 2012, officers were called to Baptist Health Richmond to investigate a report of a 20-month old child with a suspicious bone fracture.

Police said it was later determined that the child had a broken arm and that the child had had two previous broken bones.

Police said the child was in the care of Norris at the time of the injuries.

Norris has bonded out of the Madison County Detention Center.
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