The family of a 3-year-old girl allegedly abused by her babysitter is preparing to say goodbye.
The person accused of causing it all is Lindsay Partin, Hannah's babysitter. The judge set the 35-year-old Hanover Township woman's bond at $30,000.
Butler County Police said detectives arrived at Partin's home on March 8 and found the toddler unresponsive with labored breathing.
Jason Wesche, Hannah's father, told Butler County Area II Court that the girl is brain-dead and unlikely to survive.
Partin, the babysitter, reportedly admitted to striking Wesche and claimed she had fallen on the concrete garage floor a day earlier.
Messages seeking comment were left for Partin's attorneys.
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Though it is not very clear in the video, at whom Hasin was shouting, she could be seen annoyed and irate. On Sunday, Shami had expressed his willingness to sort out the matter through discussion.
"The little girl. She's 3".
Tragically, their efforts have not paid off, with Hannah's aunt Megan Latham saying the family are on the verge of saying their final goodbyes.
Three-year-old Hannah Wesche, of Hamilton Township, was on life support at a hospital.
"Within the next couple of days we are told that it's going to come to an end".
"I babysit kids. He just dropped her off and all of a sudden she just passed out", Partin said.
Officials immediately took Wesche to a local hospital but she was eventually transported to a larger facility due to her life-threatening injuries. After further investigation, detectives and hospital personnel noted additional bruising on Hannah's body. 'Cases like this rip your heart out.
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Lindsay Partin, 35, was booked into jail Friday afternoon.
"I mean it unimaginable".
Hannah's family said that bruises would pop up from time to time, but there was always an explanation.
"We have to sit here and look at our dead little Hannah and just wait for these exams to tell us what we already know", Latham tells WLWT. I can't begin to explain the feeling of losing a child at the hands of this ... of just a violent act.
"Get background checks, talk to neighbors, friends and family members before letting anyone watch your children, know who you are leaving your babies with", the sheriff said.
According to the Hamilton Journal-News, Partin's next court appearance is Thursday.
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