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It took prosecutors more than a year to arrest someone in connection to the case of a two year old boy that had more than 200 bruises on his body, the day he died. To be exact it was 238 bruises and laceration on the child's tiny body. Pasadena police department, in conjunction with prosecutors and doctors worked tirelessly to find the actual cause of death of the boy after the mother and live in boyfriend blamed it on a 5 year old sibling that allegedly was playing rough


Today Chad Wisnieski along with the boy's mother Christina Chadwick were arrested in League city, with the help of that cities SWAT team, this after the medical examiner determined the 2 year old died of multiple blunt force trauma, ruling his death a homicide.

The child abuse was discovered back in November 2012, when a Pasadena police officer arrived at the Empire Village apartment complex, after receiving a 911 call.

Court documents state the child was not breathing and was quickly taken to Bayshore Hospital where doctors noticed multiple injuries, both healing and fresh… these included large bruises and lacerations under the eyes, forehead, cheeks, front torso, arms, buttocks and back.

Chad Wisnieski who was also the care taker, and the mother were questioned by police and that's when they mentioned the boy was very adventurous and attributed his injuries to his 5 year old sister.

Vance Mitchell, spokesperson for Pasadena Police Department, tells us finally there was enough evidence to put these two behind bars.

Both are currently in Galveston County Jail and waiting to be transported to a Harris county Jail.

They will go before a magistrate tonight and will be in court tomorrow morning.


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