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Babysitter sentenced to 10 years in beating of toddler

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Quentin Maulsby, 3, center left, with his mother Christina, father Grand and younger brother, Urijah Maulsby, 2.  Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs.  Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.

Photos courtesy of the Maulsby family Quentin Maulsby, 3, center left, with his mother Christina, father Grand and younger brother, Urijah Maulsby, 2. Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs. Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.

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Quentin Maulsby in a hospital bed while undergoing treatment for brain injuries suffered at the hands of his babysitter. Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs.  Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.
A portrait of Quentin Maulsby.  Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs.  Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.
  • Photos courtesy of the Maulsby family
Quentin Maulsby in a hospital bed while undergoing treatment for brain injuries suffered at the hands of his babysitter. Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs.  Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.
  • Photos courtesy of the Maulsby family
Quentin Maulsby in a hospital bed while undergoing treatment for brain injuries suffered at the hands of his babysitter. Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs.  Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.
  • Photos courtesy of the Maulsby family
Quentin Maulsby in a hospital bed while undergoing treatment for brain injuries suffered at the hands of his babysitter. Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs.  Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.
  • Photos courtesy of the Maulsby family
Quentin Maulsby, left, with his mother Christina Maulsby.  Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs.  Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.
  • Photos courtesy of the Maulsby family
Quentin Maulsby, 3, center left, with his mother Christina, father Grand and younger brother, Urijah Maulsby, 2.  Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs.  Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.
  • Photos courtesy of the Maulsby family
Quentin Maulsby, center, with his father Grant Maulsby and mother Christina Mulsby. Cherie Landowski pleaded no contest to aggravated child abuse for hitting Quentin Maulsby, an infant she was baby-sitting in March 2010. The boy was hospitalized for more than a week with bleeding on the brain and two broken ribs.  Quentin is now 3 1/2 years old and has permanent brain damage.
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Grant Maulsby holds his son Quentin while at the Bonita Springs Parks and Recreation center on Tuesday, June 4, 2013. When Quentin was 5-months-old, he was hit in the head with a bottle by his baby-sitter, Cherie Landowski, in 2010. Resulting from the incident, Quentin has permanent brain damage and is in a special needs preschool. Landowski was was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 20 years of probation.
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Christina Maulsby hugs her son, Quentin, while sitting for a portrait at the Bonita Springs Parks and Recreation center on Tuesday, June 4, 2013. When Quentin was 5-months-old, he was hit in the head with a bottle by his baby-sitter, Cherie Landowski, in 2010. Resulting from the incident, Quentin has permanent brain damage and is in a special needs preschool. Landowski was was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 20 years of probation.
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Grant and Christina Maulsby stand for a portrait with their son, Quentin, at the Bonita Springs Parks and Recreation center on Tuesday, June 4, 2013. When Quentin was 5-months-old, he was hit in the head with a bottle by his baby-sitter, Cherie Landowski, in 2010. Resulting from the incident, Quentin has permanent brain damage and is in a special needs preschool. Landowski was was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 20 years of probation.

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