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Warren man sentenced for blinding son

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WARREN, Ohio - A 26-year-old Warren man is sent to prison for an act of violence that blinded his son.

Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Judge Wyatt McKay sentenced Christopher Cline to three years in prison on Wednesday.

Cline was charged with child endangering back in 2009 for injuring his son who was 6 months old at the time.

Doctors confirmed the child had been shaken which lead to the loss of his eye sight.

Judge McKay also ordered that Cline be placed on three years probation after he serves his jail sentence. 

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