Police: Trafford man broke infant son’s arm, both ankles
TRAFFORD, Pa. —
A warrant is out for the arrest of a Trafford man accused of abusing his infant son.
Police said Corey Riley, 28, broke his 2-month-old's arm and both ankles.
A doctor at Children's Hospital suspected the fractures were the result of abuse in June, according to police.
Police said Riley told them he "might have used too much force while dressing the child."
According to the criminal complaint, the doctor's report indicated the ankle injuries were caused by "twisting, wrenching, shearing forces" and the arm injury would have required more force "than any normal, reasonable parent would use in handling a baby."
A warrant for Riley's arrest has been issued by District Judge Helen Kistler. Riley is charged with aggravated assault, child endangerment and simple assault.