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$1 million bail stands in Nashua infant's assault
Enrique Santiago Jr., 20, of Lawrence, Mass., has been held on $1 million cash only bail since his arrest this month. Police allege that Santiago repeatedly assaulted his girlfriend's son on several occasions when he shook, squeezed and struck the baby, now 3-months-old, in the head with an electronic tablet.
Santiago has been charged with 12 counts of first-degree assault and one count of second-degree assault for repeatedly attacking the baby boy, who is expected to survive but could have lasting disabilities, according to police.
Santiago waived a preliminary examination and probable cause hearing, and has been ordered to have no contact with the baby or his family.
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