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Highland man accused of abusing infant daughter

( Credit: Doniphan Co Sheriff's Office)

(KAIR)--A Highland man is facing charges in connection with the abuse of his infant daughter.

The arrest of 19-year-old Seth Ramsey Thursday night was made “after an investigation by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, the Highland Police Department, and the Doniphan County Sheriff’s Office.”

That’s according to a release issued Friday afternoon by the KBI, which says that at around 11:15 Thursday night, KBI agents, along with the Police and Sheriff’s departments, “arrested [Ramsey] for two counts of abuse of a child, aggravated battery, and aggravated endangering a child.”

According to the release, the arrest stems from Ramsey allegedly physically abusing his 2-month-old daughter.

Following his arrest, Ramsey was booked into the Doniphan County Jail.

Search warrants were executed Tuesday at the infant’s residence, located at 307 North Carolina, Apartment 7, in Highland, “and for her parents’ cellular phones.”

The release explains that a family member, on January 2, “noticed the infant was having trouble breathing and sought help for her at Hiawatha Community Hospital,” but “due to the severity of the infant’s injuries, medical staff contacted police and transferred her to Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City.”

The child was treated and released, “and is currently recovering from her injuries.”

The investigation is ongoing and formal charges are pending.




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