In Bibb County Superior Court, Theodore Walter Harris, III, 28 year-old, was sentenced to prison for ten years when he entered a guilty plea for involuntary manslaughter charges that arose from the mortal injuries that caused his infant son to die.
Rosheeda Quintez Fowler faces murder and child cruelty charges in December. Her case is set to go to trial. Da”King Harris’s death was ruled a homicide. The autopsy results show brain hemorrhage. Da’King’s twin brother was found to also have a head injury. Two other children have been removed from the home and placed in protective custody.
If a baby survives the abuse injuries, the symptoms of injury may change over the course of several years. As the child grows and develops to the ages where higher functioning skills are expected, the true measure of the disabilities the child experiences will become evident. It is common for infants that are victims of non-accidental head trauma and Shaken Baby Syndrome to experience learning disabilities and physical limitations as a result of their injuries.