Dad SHAUN STEVEN DUBNICK-DANDOWSKI was accused last January of assaulting his toddler son by breaking his legs. Now he's in trouble for violating his bail conditions.
Man facing child abuse charges nabbed on traffic violation
By Ann Fisher Reporter – The Reporter
SANFORD (July 13): The man accused by police in January of assaulting his toddler son by breaking his legs was summonsed over the weekend in Sanford for a traffic violation.
According to Deputy Chief Craig Sanford of the Sanford Police Department, Shaun Steven Dubnick-Sadowski was summonsed for operating after his license was suspended and violating bail conditions by being summonsed after he was stopped on School Street near the intersection of Avon Street Saturday around 5 p.m.
Sanford said Dubnick-Sadowski's license was originally suspended because he failed to file proof of insurance with the state. "One of the officers saw him drive by and ran him," said Sanford. "You deal with people and recognize them."
In January, investigators with the York County Sheriff's Office charged that Dubnick-Sadowski, 22, who lived in Waterboro at the time, twisted his son's legs until he felt them both snap.
Dubnick-Sadowski was indicted April 9 on one charge of endangering the welfare of a child. The charge is a Class D misdemeanor and is punishable by up to a year in jail and a fine of up to $2,000, according to York County District Attorney Mark Lawrence. He has been free on $500 bail.
Dubnick-Sadowski is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 20 for a docket call regarding his endangering case.