Brandon M. Augsbury, 25, arraigned, jailed on multiple charges

GENESEO — A Geneseo man has been arrested on multiple charges following a Livingston County Sheriff’s Office and Geneseo Police Department investigation into injuries sustained by a 3-month-old child.

The Sheriff’s Office arrested Brandon M. Augsbury, 25, for felony second-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child after investigators responded on Monday to Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester for a report of an injured 3-month-old.

Authorities allege Augsbury caused substantial bruising to the child while the child was in his care at a residence in the Village of Geneseo.

“During the examination, it was also found that the child had injuries consisting of broken ribs that were now in the healing stages,” Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty and Geneseo Police Chief Eric G. Osganian said in a press release.

Authorities allege the child sustained broken ribs while in Augsbury’s care at a residence in the Town of York.

The Geneseo Police Department subsequently charged Augsbury with endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree harassment.

Augsbury was arraigned before before Groveland Justice Jeanean Love and remanded to the Livingston County Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond.

The Child Protective Services Unit of the Livingston County Department of Social Services is continuing to investigate, law enforcement officials said.