August 29, 2013 Seattle Washington (KHOU) – They saw injuries to the boy’s head, face, chest, abdomen, back, arms, legs, hands and feet, ranging from fresh open wounds to wounds that were in the process of healing, the certificate of probable cause says.
The doctor also found a broken piece of metal in the boy’s hand, possibly from the nail.
“In the first six hours they were able to develop enough probable cause for the arrest of the brother and the brother’s wife,” Wilson said. “they were arrested at 7 a.m. (Saturday) at their house.”
When detectives interviewed Brandon Gunn, he denied abusing the boy, saying only that he gave him a “whooping” with a belt on his backside a few times.
Detectives searched the home and found blood stains on the wall, door, bench vise, baseball bat and chair, the certificate of probable cause says. They also found the dog kennel and staple gun, and a strong smell of urine in a corner of the cellar where the boy said he was forced to urinate, it says.
The boy is out of the hospital and living with a foster family, Wilson said.
The Gunns’ next court appearance is scheduled for September 10 in Kitsap County District Court, said Lewis, the prosecutor.
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