Cambridge man gets eight years for shaking death of infant


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KITCHENER — A young man who had asked not to be left alone with his infant daughter was sentenced Monday to the equivalent of eight years in prison for shaking her to death.

Sean Summers, 20, pleaded guilty to manslaughter while caring for four-month-old Kayleigh Ingram-Summers in his rented basement bedroom on Houghton Street in Cambridge last July.

“It’s all about trying to get back at Kaitlyn and Kayleigh bore the cost of that with her life,” she said.

But it was clear Summers, recently unemployed and living on his own after graduating from Jacob Hespeler Secondary School, had said he didn’t want to look after the infant on his own.

As a result, there was an agreement in which Ingram, who lived with her parents and had primary care of Kayleigh, was supposed to supervise his visits.

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