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Columbia man jailed without bond for infant child’s injuries

Arhied Braden-Jackson is charged with three counts of felony child abuse (March 29, 2022 photo courtesy of the Boone County Sheriff’s Department)

Court documents say a Columbia man who allegedly caused 41 rib fractures to his infant daughter in October injured her again twice in March, during supervised visits.

That allegation is contained in the Boone County Sheriff’s Department’s probable cause statement against 24-year-old Arhied Braden-Jackson, who’s charged with three counts of felony child abuse.

Court documents obtained by 939 the Eagle say the two-month-old was removed from Braden-Jackson’s home after the October incident, and placed into foster care. Deputies say Braden-Jackson was allowed supervised visits, and the child suffered bruising to her ears, neck, arm and leg.

Braden-Jackson allegedly told deputies he was frustrated with the child for crying.

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