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Jury finds man not guilty of hurting infant
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A man is free after serving 20 months in jail for allegedly breaking his infant daughter’s leg – a crime in which jurors acquitted him Wednesday following trial.The father, Nathan Alan Keel-McDowell, 24, was looking at up to 25 years in prison had he been convicted on the Class A Felony. He remained held at Warren County Jail unable to make bond for the entire time he awaited his trial.McDowell, 24, was charged with aggravated child abuse in late 2011 for allegedly breaking his 2-month-old daughter’s femur, the large bone in the upper leg. The baby was taken to River Park when its mother became concerned when she would not stop crying.