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Nashua man indicted in assaults against infant
A Hillsborough County Superior Court grand jury has handed up indictments against Enrique Santiago Jr., 20, of Lawrence, Mass., charging him with nine counts of first-degree assault and one count of simple assault.
In one instance, Santiago is accused of “striking (the baby) in the head with a pillow case containing a computer tablet, causing (the baby) to suffer bilateral subdural hemorrhaging,” an indictment says.
The baby’s mother, Maria Tata, 25, of 43 Arlington St., Apt. B, left her child in the care of Santiago when she went to work the day after Christmas. She took the baby to the hospital later that day after returning home and discovering that he had numerous fractures, head trauma, brain hemorrhaging and multiple seizures.
Santiago is being held at the Valley Street jail in Manchester on $1 million cash bail.
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