In Lubbock, an infant boy’s death is ruled a homicide from non-accidental injuries. The names of the victim and suspects have not been released from police. But the mortal injuries to the infant did occur at a relative’s house.
On March 3, 2009, the baby was taken emergently to the University Medical Center where he eventually died. Information from news stories report the infant had sustained serious internal injuries from non-accidental abuse. No arrests have been made in this case. The matter is still under investigation.
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