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Campbell parents sentenced for injuring baby girl

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Corinthian White(L) Alissa Rodriquez (R) Corinthian White(L) Alissa Rodriquez (R)
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -

A Campbell couple has been sentenced for incidents that left their infant daughter with several broken bones.

Corinthians White and Alissa Rodriguez, both 21, were sentenced on Thursday after pleading guilty earlier to child endangering.

White was sentenced to three years in prison. Rodriguez was sentenced to 180 days in jail and placed on probation for three years.

In August of last year, Rodriguez told police that White may have broken the wrist of her two-month-old daughter. White is also the infant's father, according to the woman.

Doctors at Northside Hospital told police that the baby had several fresh broken bones along with others that were in the process of healing, according to a police report.

The report also said that the injuries did not appear to be accidental.

Police charged Rodriguez because she refused to allow more medical tests on her child.

The indictment alleged that the abuse was carried out over the time, beginning with the infant's birth in June until the arrest in August.  

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