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Baby boy's injuries 'suspicious,' Honolulu police say

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 08:48 a.m. HST, Jan 06, 2014



Honolulu police are investigating injuries suffered by an 8-month-old Wahiawa boy who was taken to a hospital this weekend.

The infant's injuries were described as "suspicious" in a police report Saturday night. No other details were released by police.

The case is being handled by HPD's child and family violence detail. 







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ejkorvette wrote:
Prayers.
on January 6,2014 | 10:18AM
false wrote:
Please be well and safe, little baby.
on January 6,2014 | 06:15PM
Sandybeach wrote:
Nothing is suspicious when it comes to the welfare of a child. Everything is as it appears. No room for doubt or second guessing. Everything goes in the child's favor. Produce your investigation and give it to Prosecutor Kaneshiro. File charges if required and take the matter to court.
on January 7,2014 | 06:24AM
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