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Gravesend woman freed over assault on baby

10:43 16 May 2012

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A Gravesend woman arrested after a one-month-old baby suffered serious injuries has been released without charge.

The 34-year-old was arrested in connection with the incident in December 2011.

Nathan Rawling, 35, of St Gregory’s Crescent, appeared at Maidstone Magistrates Court on Saturday charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

He was given conditional bail and one of his bail conditions is to live away from the Gravesham area. He will attend Maidstone Crown Court on May 25.

The baby has made a full recovery.

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