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A 6-month-old Illinois boy was on life support Monday after his mother allegedly hit him in the pieces of furniture in their suburban Chicago home on Friday, leaving him unconscious, before finally asking a neighbor to call for help, police said.
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Police responded to the home of Trivea Jones, 23, at around 5:30 pm, in Aurora, Ill., where she and her 6-month-old, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Police said Jones first told the officers that her son suddenly stopped breathing, while she’s feeding him, but later allegedly admitted to the store.
The 23-year-old woman has been charged with two counts of felony battery after beating her 6-month-old son by slamming him into furniture, according to police.
(Aurora Police Department)
As the officers attempted to administer cpr on the baby before rushing him to a hospital. The doctors determined that the boy suffered a fractured skull and a severe trauma in their lives. The child was airlifted to a Chicago trauma center where he was placed on life support.
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Jones was taken to the Kane County Jail and was booked on two misdemeanor charges of battery against a child. The authorities are checking on the fitness of the child, and may charge additional fees should the condition worsen, according to police. No court date has been set.