LI day care owner arrested after serious injury to infant

A Long Island day care owner was arrested Saturday after a 10-month-old boy was seriously injured at her business, police said.

Natalie Rose, 34, proprietor of Kiddie Academy in Bethpage, is accused of falsifying a state incident report after the Sept. 24 incident in which the infant did not receive the proper care, according to police.

The boy’s injury sparked a probe by the state Office of Children and Family Services, which uncovered Rose’s alleged wrongdoing, authorities said.

Police charged Rose with endangering the welfare of a child, falsifying business records and offering a false instrument for filing.

The day care owner must appear in court on Dec. 17.