CINCINNATI – Daniel McClure, 21, was indicted on multiple charges, including aggravated murder, for the death of of a two-month-old child.
A grand jury indicted McClure with felonious assault, child endangering, two counts of murder, and the single count of aggravated murder.
On October 1, the infant in McClure's arms in an apartment in the 400 block of 9th Street not breathing and taken to Children's Hospital with severe head trauma.
Investigators said McClure was a friend of the infant's mother.
The baby was put on life support after the incident and later died.
Investigators say the two-month-old showed other signs of abuse, including broken bones.
"These cases are always the saddest ones that we prosecute. No baby should be the victim of homicidal violence," said Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters, whose office is handling the case.
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