Habersham County officials say they do not plan to pay for the medical expenses of a toddler seriously injured during a police raid. Bounkham Phonesavah, affectionately known as "Baby Boo Boo," spent weeks in a burn unit after a SWAT team's flash grenade exploded near his face. The toddler was just 19-months-old and asleep in the early morning hours of May 28. SWAT officers threw the device into his home while executing a search warrant for a drug suspect. Habersham County officials are defending their decision not to pay, but the child's family isn't giving up. After weeks of recovery at two different hospitals, Channel 2 Action News was there in July as the little boy walked out of a hospital with his family. He is doing better, but late Friday afternoon, his family's attorney told said the family’s medical bills are mounting. “But at this point, the county is refusing to pay,” said attorney Muwali Davis.