Mother Charged with Causing Serious Injuries to Infant Son

Town of Clay, New York – The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office reports that a town of Clay woman has been charged in connection with causing serious injuries to her infant son.

On August 3rd, at approximately 5:01pm, sheriff’s deputies along with rescue personnel responded to a residence in the Madison Village Trailer Park for an unresponsive infant. While on scene, deputies discovered numerous injuries to the child to include a broken arm. The infant was transported to Upstate University Hospital’s Pediatric Emergency Room where he was medically evaluated by doctors. Detectives from the Sheriff’s Office Abused Persons Unit were immediately notified and responded to the hospital.

As a result of the investigation, detectives charged the infant’s mother, Autumn Rose (23) of Alban Court. Rose is accused of intentionally restricting the child’s breathing and causing serious injuries to him. She was charged yesterday afternoon with strangulation in the 2nd degree, assault in the 2nd degree and endangering the welfare of a child. She was arraigned in Centralized Arraignment Court with bail set at $20,000 cash $50,000 bond.

The infant has since been released from the hospital and is still recovering from his injuries.