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Police say mom's, boyfriend's stories differ in case of 3-year-old's injuries
Prosecutors have notified a 10th Circuit Court judge that they intend to seek jail time for Woodsum — with a sentence of up to a year in county jail — if she is convicted.
Lynch allegedly used the hold to carry the girl to the bathroom and back to the bedroom.
Woodsum, who told police she was staying with friends in Exeter, brought her daughter to the emergency department at Exeter Hospital, police said.
“Lynch indicated that he had woken up around 8 a.m. He said that he had started his car up and gone back inside the house,” Detective Sgt. Michael Munck said in a sworn affidavit.
Hospital doctors concluded that the baby girl suffered hemorrhaging and had blood in her eyes, nose, face and chest. The girl “had indicated that ‘Kevin’ had put his hand over her mouth,” Munck said in the affidavit. Woodsum denied any knowledge of how her daughter was injured, police said. Lynch and Woodsum are free on $25,000 bail.
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