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Thursday, April 14, 2011

[FL] Now fired, Deputy Day convicted of breaking bones of his 3 month old daughter

FORMER WALTON DEPUTY CONVICTED OF CHILD ABUSE, NEGLECT
wmbb.com
By Ken McVay
Posted: Apr 13, 2011
[Excerpts] State Attorney Bill Eddins announced that Jerid Day, age 28, was convicted today by a Walton County Jury of Aggravated Child Abuse and Child Neglect. The jury deliberated for about an hour before finding Day guilty of abusing his three month old daughter. On July 26, 2010, doctors discovered that the infant had a skull fracture with bleeding on the brain and a broken leg... [Full article here]

FORMER SHERIFF'S DEPUTY GUILTY OF CHILD ABUSE (REPORT)
Daily News
Tom McLaughlin
April 13, 2011 8:38 PM
[Excerpts] A jury deliberated for about an hour Wednesday before finding former Walton County Sheriff’s Deputy Jerid Day guilty of aggravated child abuse. Day’s trial took about three days and featured testimony from the defendant’s 7-year-old daughter, who described for jurors hearing her 3-month-old sister flung into a crib “She described the sound she heard,” said prosecutor James Parker. “She was nervous, but she did a good job”... Day told his co-worker of having a “volcano” inside him said “at the worst time the volcano erupted,” Parker said, quoting testimony. Day faces a maximum sentence of 35 years for aggravated child abuse and child neglect... He was fired immediately after his arrest July 28, 2010. [Full article here]
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