Man accused of abusing, killing wife’s infant daughter 08/08/2017 12:21 pm PDT Comments KSTU By Ashton Edwards, KSTU COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah -- (KSTU) -- A Cottonwood Heights man is accused of abusing his wife's baby so severely she died from her injuries. According to court documents, 29-year-old Jake Don Jensen is facing charges for child abuse and child abuse homicide after his wife's 19-month-old daughter died from alleged abuse. Authorities said the mother and her daughter were living with Jensen and his mother after the baby was born. Officers said the baby's biological father was not involved. Documents state the girl was born premature and had cerebral palsy and developmental delays as a result. Back on Jan. 2, 2016, the baby suffered a seizure while in Jensen's care; her mother was at work, according to documents. By the time emergency crews arrived, the seizure had passed and the baby's vital signs had “returned to normal.” First responders did not take the baby to the hospital but urged her mother to take her to a pediatrician. Officials said that doctor's visit never happened. Court documents state just days later on Jan. 4, 2016, the baby suffered another seizure while in Jensen's care. Police said Jensen originally said he gave the baby a bottle when she woke up and her legs and arms went stiff. Then he later told authorities he had found the baby unresponsive and apparently having a seizure. The family called 911 and said this seizure was different from the one the baby had days before. The baby was rushed to the hospital where she never regained consciousness. Documents state she suffered an “un-survivable brain injury due to lack of oxygen to her brain.” Officials said examinations from multiple doctors indicated child abuse may have led to the seizures and the baby's death. Doctors said one of the baby's legs was broken and the other was injured, which also indicates abuse. FULL STORY: Cottonwood Heights man accused of abusing, killing wife's infant daughter - KSTU #KSTU #Utah Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.