MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A babysitter charged with murdering an infant in March 2018 was convicted of unintentional second-degree murder and third-degree assault Friday. Jennifer Baldwin, 38, had her jury trial in Hennepin County just before noon Friday.

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Police say the infant’s mother dropped him off at Baldwin’s Brooklyn Center home on March 15, 2018. Baldwin told authorities she laid the infant down when his eyes rolled back.

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An autopsy revealed the baby was a victim of a blunt force head injury.

Baldwin later said she handled the infant “aggressively” and “roughly” that day. She also said she had not taken her medications for anxiety and a mood disorder that morning.

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Baldwin’s sentencing is set for July 22, 2019.