In Tehama County, two parents are behind bars after their 26-day infant girl was hospitalized with a broken arm.
Red Bluff Police say they were called to St. Elizabeth's Community Hospital at 1:35 p.m. Wednesday, for a report of possible child abuse. Officers arrived to learn a 26-day old infant girl had suffered a fractured upper arm.
Investigators from the Red Bluff Police Department, along with members from the Tehama County Child Protective Services, arrived at the hospital. During the subsequent investigation, Police say they learned the infant's mother, Jessica Trimble, 28, caused the injury during the early morning hours of January 9th. Both Trimble and the infant's father, Kenneth Keverline, 31, knew the child was injured and medical attention wasn't sought until the following day.
The infant was placed into protective custody and is listed in stable condition.
The parents, Trimble and Keverline, where both booked into the Tehama County Jail. They were charged with child abuse and conspiracy. They are each being held in lieu of $50,000.00 bail.
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