Tulsa Man Convicted Of Abusing Baby Daughter
TULSA, Oklahoma - A jury convicted a Tulsa man of abusing his baby daughter and leaving her in critical condition.
The jury convicted Robert Bragg on six counts of child abuse Thursday.
Police arrested Bragg in September of 2014, after his 5-week-old daughter, Rebekah, was taken to a hospital with broken ribs, bleeding in her brain and injuries to her entire body. The baby survived.
"What she suffered and what she went through, for weeks in the intensive care unit, to the brain surgery that she had to endure. We're just so glad she finally got the justice today that she deserves," said Sarah McAmis, Assistant District Attorney.
The jury recommended a sentence of life plus 100 years for Bragg.