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Holderfield found not guilty of abusing daughter

CEDAR RAPIDS (KWWL) -

A Linn County jury has acquitted a man accused of injuring his infant daughter. Timothy Holderfield, 26, was found not guilty Thursday.

Holderfield was accused of abusing his daughter on three different occasions, she had suffered a broken clavicle, broken ribs, and bruising to the chest and face.

In testimony, Holderfield took his daughter to the hospital last year after he heard a popping noise while burping her. The girl's mother said in court that she didn't know how her daughter was injured.

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