The suspect said the victim had fallen the day before. In the 911 call placed to county dispatchers, Partin identifies herself and says of Wesche, "all of a sudden she just passed out."
Partin says she babysits kids and that Wesche had fallen the day before. She tells the dispatcher she is rushing to get dressed, and her young child can be heard crying in the background.
“She fell real bad yesterday … I thought she was fine,” Partin said.
The victim was taken to a hospital. Wesche was transported to Fort Hamilton Hospital and then flown to Cincinnati Children's Hospital with life-threatening injuries.
The suspect admitted to shaking the child, detectives say. Partin caused serious physical harm to the 3-year-old girl by shaking her, according to the complaint filed by Detective Dan Turner. According to court documents, Partin admitted to shaking the child.
The suspect had bond set Monday. Bond was set at $30,000 on Monday during a video arraignment on Monday in Butler County Area II Court, where the cash bond was set by Magistrate William McNally.
The child is not expected to survive by her family. "We just want to stress with this situation it is devastating. She is not expected to survive. Within the next couple of days we are told it is going to come to an end. We just ask that bond is not set pending new charges," Jason Wesche said.