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Police Working To Determine Who Abused 1-Year-Old Boy At Indy Day Care

Last updated on Tuesday, May 1, 2018

(INDIANAPOLIS) - An Indianapolis mother is outraged after learning her son was beaten at the hands of someone at his Indianapolis day care. Now that 1-year-old is in the hospital, doctors work to see just how severe his injuries are.


Tiffany Griffin says she could hear her baby boy screaming when she arrived to the Kiddie Garden daycare on 38th Street and Oxford Monday afternoon. She says she got a call from the day care a few hours after she dropped off baby Jesse and her older son.

Baby Jesse has cuts to his face and both of his eyes and his lips were swollen.

Tiffany admits to punching the 22-year-old day care worker out of anger and now the police report lists that worker as the suspect. But the worker told Tiffany another child assaulted Jesse.

The owner of the day care told FOX59 news they had "no comment" on the incident. The owner later called FOX59 news back to say the worker who was watching Jesse and the other children at the time of the incident has been fired.

"She didn't even call the owner. She didn't call the police, she didn't call the ambulance, she didn't call nobody," Tiffany said.

Doctors continue to work to find out if baby Jesse will have any lasting injuries.

Police are investigating but at this time no charges or arrests have been made as they work to find out what happened.

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