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Mother dismayed no one will be charged in son’s assault

  • COURTESY CHELSEA VALIENTE

    Peyton Valiente was 17 months old when he received a severe blow to his head while under the care of a babysitter. Peyton is now 4 years old.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Peyton Valiente, 3, sits with his parents Rey and Chelsea Valiente as they speak to The Associated Press in Honolulu. Hawaii’s attorney general said Wednesday no one will be charged in the violent shaking assault that left him with a brain injury nearly three years ago.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Chelsea Valiente, center, wipes tears from her face as she and her husband, Rey Valiente, right, and attorney Chris Bouslog, left, talk to news reporters in Honolulu about injuries her son sustained likely while in day care in 2015.

The mother of Peyton Valiente, a boy who was severely injured at age 17 months while under the care of his babysitter in 2015, said Wednesday she was disappointed no one will be charged with her son’s assault. Read more

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