Articles Tagged with endangering

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The mother and father of a 9-month-old are facing charges after the baby overdosed on heroin that they reportedly left all over their home. 

Last Monday, a mother was changing her infant’s diaper when she noticed the child was lethargic and pale. She called the authorities for emergency assistance. 

When the first responders arrived at the house, they reported that the child was not breathing. They believed the youngster had overdosed on opioids, and they administered a dose of Narcan. 

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The mother of a toddler was arrested for various charges after she reportedly drove under the influence of alcohol with the child in the car, got into an accident, and fled from the scene. 

Early in the morning on June 1, in Unity, Maryland, the driver of an SUV allegedly ran a red light and smashed into another vehicle. 

After the two-vehicle accident occurred, the woman who was reportedly driving the SUV unfastened a youngster from a car seat and quickly left the scene. 

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A couple is facing charges for endangerment after their baby was found in medical distress from choking on what was reported to be fentanyl. 

27-year-old Echo Dunn and 38-year-old Robert Pilgram have a 7-month-old son, and they live in Bethel, Maine. 

It was reported that on March 3, 911 received a call from someone that wanted to report that their child was choking on something. 

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A 10-year-old boy was reportedly left behind with injuries after his dad fled the scene of a four-vehicle accident he allegedly caused by driving under the influence.  

Late in the afternoon on December 11, 29-year-old Christopher Hernandez, a resident of Joliet, Illinois, was driving around town with his 10-year-old son. 

Hernandez reportedly slammed into the back of the car in front of him, and it caused the vehicle to skid erratically on the road. Hernandez’s car also began to skid from the impact. 

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A purported protestor who reportedly drove his Jeep erratically in the parking lot at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic was arrested and charged with more than one criminal offense.

On November 11, a New Hampshire state mobile vaccine clinic was set up at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester. It was reported that it was a special visit to the site because they had just begun giving out the COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 5-11.

Several kids were at the location, and the museum arranged for some activities to help create a fun environment. The director of the museum stated that they gave the children chalk and let them draw on the sidewalks, and a bit of music was played for entertainment. It was reported that approximately 400 people were in attendance.

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The father of a 4-month-old was arrested and charged after allegedly putting the baby in the clothes dryer and turning the machine on.

34-year-old Michael Higgins lives in Manchester. He has a 4-month-old daughter.

On September 12, the Manchester Police Department received a call about a possible domestic violence situation taking place at a residence.

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A 2-month-old suffered horrific injuries after his father allegedly viciously assaulted him, and reportedly concealed it by covering the security camera with a towel.

33-year-old Daniel Rohloff lives in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania with his infant son and the child’s mom.

Last Tuesday, Rohloff and the baby’s mother brought him to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia because he seemed to be seriously injured.

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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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