A couple were arrested Tuesday on charges of child neglect, accused by police of failing to get a badly injured baby girl the medical care she needed.
But who abused the 1-month-old in the first place?
Pinellas Park detectives are still trying to figure that out.
"They're not able to prove at this point who caused the injuries to the child," said Sgt. Brian Unmisig. "What they could prove was that they failed to render aid to the child for three days."
Facing one count each of felony child neglect are: Robert Alexander Truby
, 35, who was being held Wednesday in the Pinellas County jail in lieu of $10,000 bail; and Roseann Cassandra Glover
, 23, who was being held in lieu of $2,000 bail.
The infant and her relationship to the couple were not identified in police reports. The couple were the baby's caregivers when she was taken to All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg on April 2.
There it was learned that the infant suffered multiple rib fractures, two broken ankles, a left femur broken at the knee and a fractured right tibia
, police said. In fact, the infant's cracked ribs were in "different stages of healing," police reports stated.
That, and the other injuries suffered by a 1-month-old "are highly indicative of child abuse," according to police.
Glover told police the baby was injured after accidentally falling to the ground. She also said that she knew the infant's ribs felt "funny" but still waited a few days to take her to a hospital.
Truby told police he slept in the same bed as the infant even though he suffers from frequent seizures for which he does not take medication, according to his arrest report.