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In this March 13, 2014 photo released by the Solano County Sheriff's Office is Joshua Cooper. The teen father in California is under arrest after police say he bit the nose off his 1-month-old son because he was frustrated with the infant's crying. Fairfield police say 18-year-old Joshua Cooper was being held Friday in jail on suspicion of child cruelty and aggravated mayhem. Police say they received a call Thursday by a distraught woman who said her baby was bleeding from his nose. (AP Photo/Solano County Sheriff's Office)

In this March 13, 2014 photo released by the Solano County Sheriff's Office is Joshua Cooper. The teen father in California is under arrest after police say he bit the nose off his 1-month-old son because he was frustrated with the infant's crying. Fairfield police say 18-year-old Joshua Cooper was being held Friday in jail on suspicion of child cruelty and aggravated mayhem. Police say they received a call Thursday by a distraught woman who said her baby was bleeding from his nose. (AP Photo/Solano County Sheriff's Office)

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