WASHINGTON TWP. — Jacob Lihn, 25,  and Jennifer Pandorf, 24, both of  the same Lupus Lane, address in Washington Township, were arrested Friday and charged with assaulting Lihn's 2-year-old daughter, causing retinal hemorrhaging and bleeding on the brain.

The injuries came to the attention of doctors when the child's mother sought treatment April 11 after the girl had returned from a three-day visit with Lihn. The girl was initially treated at AtlantiCare Regional Medical  Center in Pomona, then transferred to Cooper Medical Center in Camden.  She is now  in a Marlton
rehabilitation  center.

Lihn and Pandorf were charged  with aggravated assault and  endangering the welfare of a child. Lihn was jailed in default of  $50,000 bail and Pandorf was held in default of $40,000 bail. Both are unemployed and  have no other children in their custody.

The investigation was conducted by the Major Crimes Unit of the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office and the Washington Township Police Department.