Enfield mother gets prison time for not preventing abuse of infant son
ENFIELD — A Connecticut mother who authorities say did nothing to prevent her boyfriend from seriously injuring their 10-week-old baby has been sentenced to prison.
Police charged the 34-year-old Rousseau in October after the baby was found to have injuries including a broken left arm, broken ribs and a wound that caused blood clotting around the brain. The baby’s father, Michael Jiles, pleaded guilty last week for committing the assault.
Jiles, 39, of Springfield, Massachusetts, pleaded guilty last week to risk of injury to a minor. He’s scheduled to be sentenced July 21.