CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - A Charlotte man has been convicted of abusing a disabled toddler, causing the child to have a fractured skull.
Timothy John Long, 28, was found guilty of felony child abuse after a jury trial this week.
The trial began on Monday, September 17, at the Mecklenburg County Courthouse before The Honorable R. Allen Baddour, Jr., Superior Court Judge.
Long assaulted a three-year-old child for whom he was supposed to be caring in August 2010.
The child, who had a developmental disability, was admitted to Levine Children's Hospital with a skull fracture.
The jury returned the guilty verdict late Wednesday afternoon.