According to prosecutors, the two-year-old victim was transported to Dayton Children’s Hospital with significant head trauma.
After being convicted in the Richey case, Nason was released from the Montgomery County Jail Sept. 27 this year after serving 150 days for midemeanor charges of failure to control dogs.
The judge in the Richey case ordered staggered sentences, so Nason could help care for his three children with his girlfriend at the time, Julie Custer.
An Englewood man has been indicted on charges connected to the injuries of his girlfriend’s two-year-old daughter in September 2012.
Andrew Nason, 30, was indicted on two counts of child endangering and one count of felonious assault, according to the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office.
On September 11, 2012, the two-year-old victim was transported to Dayton Children’s Hospital with significant head trauma, the prosecutor’s office said.
According to prosecutors, Nason had been babysitting the child at the time of the incident, while the child’s mother was at work.
A warrant has been issued for Nason’s arrest and he’s scheduled to be arraigned on Jan. 5 at 8:30 a.m.