The authority revealed Saturday, the deceased of a Queens boy who is 8-week-old, his father vigorously swayed the police tell before four months have been announced a murder, according to a source.
The 8-week-old toddler Mason Sanchez was spotted inattentive inside his parent’s residence on 88th St. close to Jamaica Ave. in Jamaica on the 16th of August, according to a source.
As per the reports, doctors have taken the 8-week-old baby to Jamaica Hospital after that conveyed him to Cohen Children’s Medical Center for more treatment.
But, the doctors of the hospital could not be saved a baby’s life, and the 8-week-old baby died of his wounds after three days.
According to the information provided by the sources, a post-mortem after explained that the infant died from the shaken infant syndrome. As per the reports shaken infant syndrome, which became the reason for the infant’s death.
The officials captured the father of tot, 28-year-old Luis Sanchez, and accused him of murder and acting in a manner detrimental to a kid under 17 years old on the 21st of August.
The authority revealed that Sanchez was caring for Mason while the six weeks old fell insensible.
According to the authority records, Sanchez remains held on a $150,000 cash bond and is slated return in court on the 24th of January.
The officials explained that Queens prosecutors will ascertain if the charges against him will be updated now that the infant’s death has been announced a murder.