In Maryland, Gail Dobson faces murder charges in connection with the non-accidental head trauma and shaken baby death of 9-month-old Trevor Ulrich. Trevor passed away on September 3 from injuries consistent with non-accidental head trauma, also known as Shaken Baby Syndrome. By way of history, Ms. Dobson operated a day care and had allegedly cared for Trevor on two days. Emergency responders found Trevor in cardiac arrest at Ms. Dobson’s day care center on September 2. He was taken emergently to Children’s Hospital in Washington where he died the following day. His death has been ruled a homicide.   

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ann smith 09/12/2010 10:02 AM
Such a tragedy. I know she is to be sentenced in late October, but I'm also curious to know how many children she had in her care that day? Did she have a co-provider with her? I know in Md. they may watch normally up to 8 children at a time, with only 2 being infants unless there was another approved worker. I have read she was in business for 27 years; what did the Office of Child Care state? How are families to be safe with their children? Thanks.
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