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Jerry CarrierNEWPORT, NH  – Jerry Carrier is facing first degree assault charges after he shook his three-month-old baby again, the latest shaking the result of the 26-year-old man-child becoming upset at a video game.

In early January, police were called to a home after Carrier’s baby showed signs of distress. The child was taken to the hospital and released, only to return to the hospital the next day because he couldn’t keep food down. The infant remained in the hospital for a couple of days, police said.

Two weeks later, at a different home, a similar scenario played out. This time the infant was found by his mother and was described as limp with his eyes rolled back in its head, unresponsive, not breathing, and blue.

The baby was transported back to the hospital where it was determined that the infant’s injuries were the result of “non-accidental trauma” and were very similar to the injuries it had suffered two weeks prior while also under Carrier’s care.

Carrier, who has no fixed address, was on parole during these two instances for second degree assault, for an incident that did not involve a minor. Police picked him up on February 6 for parole violation, at which time Carrier admitted he’d assaulted his infant son on both occasions he was taken to the hospital.

And why, exactly, would Carrier feel the need to treat his baby like a maraca? “He was having trouble getting past a level of one of the games he was playing and got frustrated,” said Newport police Sgt. Buddy Rowe.

Carrier has been arrested and charged with two charges of first-degree assault, a charge that can land him in prison for up to seven years. The baby is currently in the custody of the state.

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