In Oklahoma, Shaken Baby Syndrome kills Layton infant | Shaken Baby Syndrome Attorney
After a weeklong struggle with complications such as blood clots, a failing kidney and stomach bleeding, 1-year-old Aliyah Faye Wild reportedly died on Wednesday morning in A Salt Lake City hospital.
Her mother, 20-year-old Jennifer Wild, had reportedly been at her side since she came home from work on Sept. 10 to find the child in trouble. She and her boyfriend Tyler Ryan Geary*, took the girl to Primary Children’s Medical Center, and doctors suspected abuse.
Later, Geary reportedly told police he had become frustrated with the child’s crying and had shaken her and thrown her on the bed. He was arrested, but is out on bail and has yet to be charged officially. The Clipper was unable to reach him for comment, but police said child abuse homicide charges are being considered.
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