Brock Hyde, 35, has been indicted on charges of assault in the second degree and reckless assault of a child after his two-month-old son sustained a fractured skull, 11 fractured ribs in various stages of healing, dual eye retinal hemorrhage's, fluid and swelling on the brain, and a broken bone in the foot.

A Nunda man is behind bars after police say he brutally beat his two-month-old son.

Brock Hyde, 35, has been indicted on charges of assault in the second degree and reckless assault of a child after his two-month-old son sustained a fractured skull, 11 fractured ribs in various stages of healing, dual eye retinal hemorrhage’s, fluid and swelling on the brain, and a broken bone in the foot.

The baby has since been released to foster care.

Police say Hyde is a parolee from August of 2014. He is in the Livingston County Jail and will be arraigned Tuesday morning.

The Nunda Police Department, the New York State Police, the Livingston County District Attorney’s Office, U.R. Medicine, the Bivona Child Advocacy Center, Livingston County Child Protective Services, and the Livingston County Crime Victim’s Coordinator were all involved in the investigation.