2021-10-07 18:26:03 –
Milwaukee — A man charged with the death of a one-year-old boy in Milwaukee told police that he shook his child after he yelled, the prosecutor said Thursday.
Chicago’s 22-year-old Antonio Hohmann was charged with a first-class reckless murder at the death of Zion Price. The child died on Monday three days after police discovered he was unresponsive. The preliminary cause of death was described as a blunt trauma to the head.
Hohmann told police that he was frustrated when he heard the boy cry. He said the child held his breath after he shook him. A criminal accusation found bruising on the victim’s face, chest, and feet.
Horman’s lawyer, Jason Findling, declined to comment. The preliminary hearing is scheduled for October 13.
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