Articles Tagged with endangering

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The passenger of a car on the Interstate in Missouri allegedly fired three shots at a vehicle holding a mother, father, and four youngsters.

On June 15, 22-year-old Shanyka Fouche and her 2-year-old were reportedly passengers in a Ford Focus driven by another woman.

Around 3:00 pm, while the Focus was on I-55 in Jefferson County, they reportedly drove up behind a Nissan Pathfinder with a family of six inside. Four of the passengers were children, ages 2 to 11. The mother was driving the SUV, and the dad was in the passenger’s seat.

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Four teenage girls from Pennsylvania who reportedly said they were “bored” allegedly destroyed a residence by starting a devastating fire.

On April 3, a duplex in the Johnstown borough of Ferndale was badly burned when a fire broke out in the home.

Upper Yoder Township police and firefighters were dispatched to the residence to contain the fire. Two of the first responders were injured and hospitalized due to smoke inhalation.

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A couple who owned and ran a Christian boarding school for girls are facing 102 charges for allegations that they regularly subjected several of their students to severe physical, mental and sexual abuse.

71-year-old Boyd Householder and his 55-year-old wife Stephanie live in Humansville, Missouri, where they opened the Circle of Hope Girls Ranch in 2006.

According to their mission statement, their aim was “to help young ladies who were destroying their lives through poor choices and behaviors, change their future.” They specifically provide service to “uncontrollable girls who won’t let their parents help them.” They report that their method is to use the Bible “to teach them that they are to obey their Parents [SIC] and the authority over them.”

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After a 3-month-old was diagnosed with a brain bleed purportedly caused by being shaken violently, the infant’s live-in nanny was taken into custody for allegedly causing the traumatic injury.

Alexis Schultz lives with a family in Brooklyn, where she provides nanny services for the two children at the residence.

On December 30, Schultz was reportedly taking care of the 2-month-old boy and his older sister.

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After a family’s neighbors allegedly forced them to endure torturous abuse resulting in the death of their 4-year-old daughter, the child’s parents are being charged for the assertion that they did not intervene.

James and Mary Mast live in Stover, Missouri, with their three children. Their 4-year-old daughter recently lost her life, purportedly at the hands of their neighbors.

The Mast family reportedly attends the same church as their neighbors, Kourtney Aumen and Ethan Mast. (Ethan is not related to the Mast family.)

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A man allegedly walked into the home of a family he didn’t know and threw their 7-year-old out of the house and down the steps as he reportedly tried to kidnap their children.

Near 7:00 am on June 22, a family learned that they had left their front door unlocked when an unknown man reportedly walked in and went to their 7-year-old daughter’s bedroom where she was asleep in her bed.

The suspect reportedly tried to tell the child to get up and follow him, but she remained in her bed and would not do as he asked.

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A Pennsylvania man was taken into custody and charged after he was accused of raping the mother of his children and giving instructions about how to smoke weed to their 3-year-old.

33-year-old John Yurasits lives in Mount Holly Springs with his 3 children and their mom. The couple reportedly has a newborn, in addition to a 2-year-old and 3-year-old.

In May, the woman filed a complaint with Child Protective Services alleging Yurasits had sexually assaulted her several times and that she was afraid he might hurt the children.

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Two brothers in New Jersey were arrested after allegedly kidnapping 4 young girls who were walking together, in addition to reportedly raping three of the alleged victims.

Early in the morning on April 22, four girls ranging in age from 12 to 14 were walking together in Millstone.

A vehicle with two men inside reportedly rolled up to the young ladies and offered to provide them with a ride.

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A married couple in Illinois is facing several serious charges after a gun was allegedly discharged in their home in front of five children.

On March 26, 36-year-old Shari Beintema called the authorities and reported that she needed assistance regarding a situation at her home involving herself and a male.

Another person had also notified the police and they reportedly said that they thought they heard a gunshot from the same address.

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The owner of a New Jersey convenience store reportedly created her own sanitizer and sold the bottles to the public, and several children were allegedly burned after using it.

47-year-old Manisha Bharade owns a 7-11 store in River Vale New Jersey.

Since the widespread outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), people have found it increasingly difficult to obtain items in high demand, such as hand sanitizer.

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