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Quincy man charged with battery to a child

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A Quincy man was arrested Tuesday on a charge of aggravated battery to a child.

A press release from the Quincy Police Department said Brian A. King, 25, of 119 Stadium Drive, Apt. 42, was arrested after bruises and marks were found on his girlfriend's two male children, ages 4 and 2, at about 8:20 p.m. Tuesday. Police said a sandal may have been used to cause the injuries.

King was lodged in the Adams County Jail to await a court appearance.

 

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