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Man threw beer can at baby because it wouldn't stop crying

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Harry C. Barcinas been arrested accused of throwing a beer can at a 3-month old baby. According to court documents the incident occurred Monday evening at a home in Yona. A woman called the police after Barcinas allegedly became so upset that the baby wouldn't stop crying. He's accused of picking up a beer can and throwing it. It hit the newborn in the back of the head. 

He's then alleged to spill the beer all over the baby. Barcinas eventually left the home. The complainant told the police that she was worried about the infant and her family because Barcinas “gets violent when he gets drunk.” 

The baby was transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital for further treatment and examination. Barcinas faces child abuse and family violence charges.

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