Ryan Ferrer

Ryan was a healthy 9 month old baby boy that lived in New York with his mother. When Ryan’s mom left for work she left him in the care of a 17 year old boy. This boy beat Ryan so bad that he died in the hospital. Ryan suffered from blunt force trauma, bleeding in his brain, and his internal organs were bruised and lacerated.

No picture of Ryan Ferrer could be found.

 

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York City medical examiner says the 9-month-old baby boy left in the care of a teenager died from blunt impact injuries.

Ryan Ferrer’s death was ruled a homicide Wednesday. The medical examiner’s office also says he suffered bleeding in his brain and his internal organs were bruised and cut.

Authorities say 17-year-old Martin Quirindongo was babysitting the infant Tuesday morning while the mother was at work. Police responded to a 911 call, saying the child was unconscious when they arrived at the apartment located at the Marble Hill Houses housing project. The baby later died at a hospital.

Police have arrested Quirindongo and charged him with murder and manslaughter. The baby was of a healthy height and weight when he died.

 

 

Teen sitter charged with killing baby
Updated: Wednesday, 04 May 2011, 7:04 PM EDT
Published : Wednesday, 04 May 2011, 7:04 PM EDT

NEW YORK (AP) - A Brooklyn teenager has been arrested on murder and manslaughter charges in the death of a 9-month-old baby boy who had been left in his care.

Police say 17-year-old Martin Quirindongo was arrested Wednesday after little Ryan Ferrer's death was ruled a homicide. It wasn't clear if the suspect had an attorney.

The medical examiner's office says the boy had blunt impact injuries and suffered bleeding in his brain. His internal organs were also bruised and cut.

Authorities say Quirindongo was babysitting the infant at an apartment located in a Bronx housing project Tuesday morning while the mother was at work.

Police responded to the apartment after a 911 call of an unconscious child. The baby later died at a hospital.

Information from: The Wall Street Journal,

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