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| Courtesy Tyler Ryan Geary, 25, arrested on suspicion of killing an 11-month-old girl.
11-month-old Layton girl dies of injuries from alleged shaking

By Janelle Stecklein

| The Salt Lake Tribune

First Published Sep 18 2013 01:28 pm • Last Updated Feb 14 2014 11:34 pm

Layton police said a 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of killing an 11-month-old girl.

Police said Aliyah Wild died Tuesday night at Primary Children’s Medical Center after apparently suffering injuries consistent with "Shaken Baby Syndrome."

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Police arrested Tyler Ryan Geary, 25, who is the boyfriend of Aliyah’s mother, on Sept. 10 on suspicion of felony child abuse, but police said Wednesday they are amending the case to a child-abuse homicide.

Police said Geary is not related to Aliyah.

An autopsy was scheduled Wednesday.



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