ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police have arrested a father of three for throwing his 3-year-old up against a wall.
Santa Fe police say Daniel Carrillo, 44, was upset because the boy wasn't dressed and threw him against the wall in his home in mid-February.
Officer got a warrant Wednesday and booked him into jail on child abuse charges.
The boy suffered a closed head injury but is expected to be okay.
He has been placed in his mother's custody.
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