ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A woman from an Albany day care is facing charges just one week after a woman filed charges saying her 7-month-old son was burned while at the facility.
According to the Albany Police Department, Quanchina Robinson, 25, an employee at Open Hearts and Minds Learning Center on East Broad Avenue, is being charged with reckless conduct.
Albany Police Department's Family Protection Unit announced the arrest Monday afternoon.
This is the second investigation at the day care in the past six months.
Last October, a 5-month-old died hours after leaving the facility.
Dougherty County Coroner Michael Fowler said the autopsy results in that investigation show the child had three, centimeter-sized marks on his head.
Fowler said the medical examiner couldn't explain where the marks came from or if the trauma contributed to the child's death.