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US man punches baby to death over losing video game: police

By Stephen Sorace | Fox News

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The baby killer

(FOX NEWS) — A Kentucky man has been charged with murder for fatally punching his 1-month-old son in the head after becoming angry over losing a video game, authorities said Sunday.

Anthony Trice, 26, was watching the baby Friday when he grew enraged over losing the game, threw his controller and struck the infant in the head, the Louisville Metro Police Department said.

Trice tried to comfort the baby, carrying him into the kitchen, but dropped him, Louisville station WAVE-TV reported. He reportedly gave his son a bottle before he noticed the infant was in distress and called 911.

The baby was initially listed in serious condition at a hospital, but died of his injuries two days later, the station reported.

Trice was facing charges of criminal abuse first degree of a child, but the charges were upgraded to murder after the child died, WDRB-TV reported.

His bond was raised to $1,000,000 cash after a court appearance on Monday, WAVE reported.

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One comment

  1. Jonathan Charles

    i wish i could have told you to your face, you're a real idiot you know. punching your own baby in the head, dropping him, i mean punching any baby in the head is sick, much less your own baby, you're such a disgrace it makes me feel sick reading this , nauseous such an imbecile, waste man.


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