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Dad who left ‘at least’ 6 bite marks on ‘ungrateful’ newborn he called ‘evil’ and a ‘little b—-‘ is sentenced

by John Jefferson
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Gavan Rogers (Boone County Sheriff’s Office)

A 26-year-old father in Indiana was sentenced last week after admitting to biting his newborn daughter multiple times, leaving “mouth-shaped bruises” and teeth marks all over the infant’s body. Boone County Circuit Court Judge Lori N. Schein on Thursday sentenced Gavan Rogers to three years at the Indiana Department of Corrections after he pleaded guilty to one count of felony domestic battery resulting in bodily injury to a person less than 14 years of age, court documents reviewed by Law&Crime show.

However, Schein ordered that Rogers serve less than a year behind bars, beginning his sentence with three months at the Boone County Jail, then serving nine months at Boone County Community Corrections — a supervised work-release program that is an alternative to incarceration — and serving the final two years on supervised probation. He was also credited with four days of time already served.

In exchange for pleading guilty, prosecutors agreed to drop one count of neglect of a dependent resulting in bodily injury.

As previously reported by Law&Crime, Rogers and the baby’s mother brought their 2-week-old daughter to Witham Hospital in Lebanon, Indiana, on Nov. 3, 2022, for a regularly scheduled checkup. The facility is about 30 miles northwest of Indianapolis.

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