Mass. Man Charged With Severely Beating Infant Son

Police-ArrestLYNN, Mass. (AP) — Prosecutors say a Lynn man charged with severely beating his 3-month-old son who later died is headed to court.

The Essex district attorney’s office says 32-year-old Anthony Gideika is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday on a charge of assault and battery on a child causing serious bodily injury.

An autopsy is being performed and charges could be upgraded.

Police responded to Gideika’s home at about 2 a.m. Monday for reports of a baby in distress.

Chase Gideika was taken to a hospital with skull and leg fractures, retinal bleeding, bruising and swelling of the testicles.

He was pronounced dead at Massachusetts General Hospital.

A twin sibling was unharmed and placed in the custody of state child welfare officials.

It was not known of Gideika had hired a lawyer.

  • Thalakos

    Thinks he’s a big man beating on an infant. Bubba will surely show him how to feel like a woman.