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Raleigh man, woman accused of intentionally breaking infant's bones

A Raleigh man and woman were in court Wednesday, accused of intentionally breaking their then-8-week-old infant's bones.

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Sabra Leane Blevins, 30, and Dustin Richard Mullinax, 26
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Natalie Matthews
, WRAL.com editor
RALEIGH, N.C. — A Raleigh man and woman were in court Wednesday, accused of intentionally breaking their then-8-week-old infant's bones.

According to arrest warrants, Sabra Leane Blevins, 30, and Dustin Richard Mullinax, 26, both of Oak Run Drive, are charged with felony child abuse inflicting serious physical injury. Mullinax also faces a charge of misdemeanor child abuse.

Authorities said the offenses allegedly happened between Feb. 4 and April 7, and that the infant had 15 fractures.

During their first court appearance, both bonds were raised from $50,000 to $500,000.

Both Blevins and Mullinax are due back in court on Nov. 20.

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