In California, Jurors begin deliberations in baby's death | Child Abuse

Jurors have reportedly begun deliberations in the case of a 27-year-old man accused of fatally injuring his girlfriend's 16-month-old son in 2007.
Armando Oseguera Jr. is reportedly accused of causing the July 24, 2007, death of Landon Skinner. The child died after he became unconscious and stopped breathing at a home in the 1100 block of East Manzanita Drive in Atwater.
Oseguera and the child's mother, Jennifer Karroll, reportedly have two children together. Landon Skinner was Karroll's son from another relationship.
The prosecution reportedly believes Oseguera hurt the toddler while he was supposed to be caring for the child. Paramedics responded to the home during the evening hours of July 23, 2007, and revived the child, but he later died at the hospital.
The defendant was reportedly arrested April 27, 2010 -- nearly three years after the child's death. Back in 2007, Oseguera told detectives he had no idea of how the child died. But in 2010, after detectives questioned him again, he changed his story, saying he dropped the child, and the baby's stomach hit the corner of a crib. Oseguera said the child seemed unhurt.
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