Medical examiner describes baby’s injuries in Brian Frazier trial

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Brian Jack Frazier (left) and Stefany Renee Ash (right)

HIGH POINT, N.C. —The forensic pathologist who conducted the autopsy on a two-week-old infant who was killed in 2012 testified in the trial of the man accused of killing the baby Monday morning.

Brian Frazier, 22, of 1206 Kimery Drive in High Point, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his 13-day-old son Khan. Frazier is accused of killing his son in November 2012 after playing video games all night. Police said he grabbed the infant by the throat and punched him in the face.

Lauren Scott, with the N.C. Medical Examiner’s Office, said Khan died from blunt force trauma. He sustained at least three separate injuries, possibly more, she testified in Guilford County Superior Court on Monday.

Read more: Greensboro News & Record