N. Baltimore couple indicted for endangering twins


A North Baltimore man and woman have been indicted for allegedly causing serious physical harm to a set of twin infants.

A Wood County grand jury on Wednesday indicted Jason David Henning, 40, and Christina Marie Redmond, 36, each for two courts endangering children, all third-degree felonies.

On Feb. 25, Wood County Hospital informed the North Baltimore Police Department of a 2-month-old child with suspicious injuries that were consistent with non-accidental trauma.

The doctors told police the injuries included a left femur fracture, a right rib fracture and hemorrhage of the brain.

Due to these alleged injuries, children services requested the twin be checked as well.

On Feb. 27, the hospital reported this child had a skull fracture.

Police interviewed Henning and Redmond and determined they were the primary caregivers of the children in the days and weeks prior to the report.

Henning is currently in jail on a $250,000 bond that was set at Bowling Green Municipal Court.

Redmond posted bond on March 2. As a condition of her release, she is to have no contact with Henning, her children or any child under the age of 18.

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