A Farmington white female is accused of abusing an eight-month-old infant by shaking him, which caused him to require treatment at a hospital for his injuries.
Holly Jacobson, 29, savagely abused an infant on the afternoon of Dec. 22 in the 3800 block of Copper Avenue in Farmington, according to court documents.
She is charged with a third-degree felony count of child abuse, according to the criminal complaint.
The defendant did not have legal representation on the afternoon of Dec. 29.
The Farmington Police Department was dispatched shortly before 12:30 p.m. on Dec. 22 on reports of child abuse.
The responding officer met with the mother of the infant on Mancos Avenue.
Paramedics responded to the scene and immediately transported the infant to San Juan Regional Medical Center for treatment.
The mother told police the infant’s left eye had become swollen and his legs were twitching.
She had gone to the grocery store and had the child abuser watch the infant and an eight-year-old boy.
When the mother returned, she could hear screaming from inside the residence. She said she heard the evil bitch yell “I’m serious, stop,” at the infant.
The defendant was shaking the infant violently while screaming into his face, according to court documents.
The infant had visible red markings on his skin in the area of his ribs, on his front and back along with visible scratches on the front of his chest near his right armpit.
The white brute told police the infant became restless and started to cry, adding she was “triggered” by the infant crying. She said something bad was going to happen to the infant if he didn’t stop crying.
The defendant was booked on the evening of Dec. 22 into the San Juan County Adult Detention Center and released on Dec. 24.
Her preliminary hearing is scheduled for the morning of Jan. 6 in Farmington Magistrate Court.