ENGLEWOOD, Ohio (WDTN) – An Englewood man was indicted Tuesday for allegedly assaulting a child.
According to a news release from Mat Heck, Jr., Montgomery County prosecuting attorney, Andrew Nason, 30, is charged with one count of felonious assault and two counts of child endangering.
Nason is accused of hurting his girlfriend’s two-year-old daughter. Investigators said Nason was babysitting on September 11, 2012, while the child’s mother was at work. The child suffered serious head trauma and was taken to Dayton Children’s Hospital.
On Tuesday, the prosecuting attorney’s office issued a warrant for Nason’s arrest.
In May, Nason was sentenced to 150 days in jail in an unrelated case.
Nason, and his girlfriend, Julie Custer, owned two dogs that mauled a woman to death. Klonda Ritchie was killed outside her home on East Bruce Ave. in Dayton in February 2014.
Custer was sentenced to 90 days in jail. Both were also sentenced to five years probation.
Neither can ever own dogs again.