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Findlay father accused in infant's death due in court

Jerrod Hartman (Source: Hancock County Jail) Jerrod Hartman (Source: Hancock County Jail)
FINDLAY, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A Findlay man accused of killing his infant son will be arraigned in Hancock County Common Pleas Court Thursday.

The Findlay Courier reports an autopsy determined the 44-day-old child died from multiple blunt force trauma.

Last week a grand jury charged Jerrod Hartman, 24, with murder and child endangering.
     
Hartman was arrested at the start of November and remains in the Hancock County Jail.

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