CINCINNATI -- A 2-month-old baby died early Wednesday morning after police say a downtown Cincinnati man shook him.
Aggravated murder charges against Daniel McClure, 21, are pending after the baby passed away.
He is currently charged with felonious assault after police say the baby was found at an apartment in the 400 block of 9th Street not breathing and taken to Children's Hospital with severe head trauma.
Investigators say McClure is the boyfriend of the infant's mother.
The baby was put on life support after the incident and later died.
Investigators say the 2-month-old showed other signs of abuse, including broken bones.
McClure was arraigned Wednesday morning in a Hamilton County courtroom and given a $1 million bond.
Further charges are pending investigation by the Hamilton County Coroner’s Office and Prosecutor’s Office.
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