Man indicted in Concord child abuse case

  • Bradley Mobbs indicted in August 2017, accused of assaulting child in Concord this past summer. —Courtesy

Monitor staff
Wednesday, August 30, 2017

A grand jury has indicted a Loudon man accused of assaulting a child in Concord in June.

Bradley Mobbs, 27, faces two counts of second-degree assault. 

Prosecutors allege Mobbs caused injury to the child’s ear by pushing him into a wall, and to the child’s buttocks by excessively spanking him.

Police said a local mom contacted police about the alleged abuse. The child was treated for his injuries at Concord Hospital and later released, said Concord police Lt. Sean Ford.

After receiving the report, police contacted the state’s Division for Children, Youth and Families.