Articles Tagged with child endangerment

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A Missouri woman is facing murder charges after an 8-month-old she was sitting for died while in her care.

44-year-old Jennifer Anne Johnson lives in Fayette, Missouri.

On April 17, Johnson reportedly took responsibility for babysitting an 8-month-old and her three siblings while their parents were away overnight.

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A father was arrested last week when he was allegedly caught street racing in West Houston with two youngsters in the back seat of the vehicle.

According to Houston authorities, the amount of street racing taking place in the area has increased exponentially and has led to approximately 100 recent arrests.

Around 5:00 PM on March 27, a deputy constable on patrol spotted two vehicles traveling on the road at a speed that led him to believe they were racing each other.

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A woman in Clifton has been accused of recording herself while sexually abusing a 6-year-old, with a 5-year-old watching as it took place.

18-year-old Mourissa McCarthy resides in Clifton, New Jersey.

On November 27, the authorities were informed that a 6-year-old child had allegedly been abused sexually by McCarthy while a 5-year-old was in the same room and viewing.

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The father of a 2-year-old was arrested after allegedly posting a video online that depicted his daughter sipping an alcoholic beverage.

27-year-old James Watts lives in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and he has a 2-year-old daughter.

On December 13, Watts was spending time with his toddler. He was playing music and reportedly drinking from a bottle with a yellow label marked as a “Smirnoff Ice” brand wine cooler.

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An Oklahoma father was arrested after allegedly causing an accident and fleeing the scene while driving under the influence of alcohol with his infant in the vehicle.

Stephon Hadley was reportedly traveling in his vehicle in Owasso with his infant in the back seat.

During their trip, Hadley allegedly slammed into a truck that was on the same road, allegedly forcing the vehicle off the street and into a trench next to the shoulder.

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Two people accused of child endangerment were indicted on enhanced charges handed down by a Kentucky grand jury after further consideration of the initial allegations.

On the evening of August 26, 31-year-old Stephanie Michelle Lynch reportedly left her children, ages 5 and 6, in her Pikeville residence under the care of 21-year-old Harley D. Tubbs.

The mother of the children reportedly stepped out for about 60-minutes while her youngsters remained with Tubbs.

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A man accused of trying to sell a 4-year-old boy at a gas station in Corbin was sentenced last week after pleading guilty to accusations.

Last Sunday, 29-year-old Harry Day was at the Speedy Mart gas station in Corbin, and a 4-year-old child was accompanying him.

Two of the patrons at the establishment encountered Day, and they were each offered the child if they agreed to pay the man $2,500.

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When her child and his friend were unable to make it home from the lengthy bike journey they had taken, the mother reportedly assisted by using her vehicle to tow the juveniles while they sat on their bicycles.

On June 23, two boys decided to partake in an excursion involving a 6-mile bicycle ride.

While trying to make their way back home, the boys became too tired to continue and called one of their mother’s to have her pick them up.

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While a 12-year-old boy was dancing on a street corner, a passenger in a car driving by reportedly hopped out of the vehicle and struck the child.

Last Friday night, Fingerprint Urban Dance Studio instructor Micheal “Crank” Curry was recording and Facebook Live streaming a video of his students as he watched them take turns performing on a street corner in Cape Girardeau.

The video, which was viewed by many Facebook users, reportedly depicts one of the dancers while he was attacked by a stranger.

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Three people are accused of child endangerment after five children were reportedly discovered in a handmade wooden box attached to the bed of the pickup truck in which they were traveling.

On the afternoon of May 12, the temperature outside was recorded as having a high ranging being between 90 to 100-degrees in the Needles area of San Bernardino County, California.

According to a release from the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department, near 2:00 pm, the authorities received from a phone call requesting service at a rest stop claiming there might be youngsters riding in the back of a pickup truck inside a crate. The caller reportedly suspected the children might be in danger.

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