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Nanny arrested  after being caught on camera hitting and kicking a baby under her care

A 71-year-old Ghanaian nanny identified as Abena Yeboah has been arrested by NYPD officers after being caught on camera physically abusing an infant under her care.

The Prosecutor’s Office said the Bronx woman who was hired to take care of a baby in Hackensack, was charged with one count of Title 9 child abuse. Officials disclosed that the police in Hackensack were first notified of the alleged abuse on July 8.

Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella who announced her arrest, said;

“During her time as a nanny for the family, she was observed on a nanny camera physically abusing the child by hitting, kicking, and yanking the child by the arm.”

Musella revealed that Yeboah was arrested in the Bronx by New York police after Hackensack police issued a warrant for her. She was taken into custody and is awaiting an extradition hearing.

New Jersey’s Title 9 child abuse statute makes it a fourth-degree crime to inflict “unnecessarily severe corporal punishment” or “unnecessary suffering or pain, either mental or physical,” on a child. People convicted of a fourth-degree crime face up to 18 months in prison.

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-year-old Ghanaian nannyallegedly caught on camera hitting and kicking an infant in her care in Hackensack, N.J.

A 71-year-old Ghanaian nanny identified as Abena Yeboah has been arrested by NYPD officers after she was allegedly caught on camera hitting and kicking an infant in her care in Hackensack, N.J.

Bergen County police announced the arrest of Abena Yeboah. Police said they were told on July 8 about the alleged abuse.

An investigation determined a Hackensack family hired Yeboah to care for the child, according to police. Authorities said nanny camera footage showed Yeboah hitting, kicking and yanking the child by the arm.

Yeboah was taken into custody the by the NYPD and is awaiting an extradition hearing.

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New Jersey’s Title 9 child abuse statute makes it a fourth-degree crime to inflict “unnecessarily severe corporal punishment” or “unnecessary suffering or pain, either mental or physical,” on a child. People convicted of a fourth-degree crime face up to 18 months in prison.

Posted by Primetime Gist on Wednesday, 15 July 2020

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