Articles Tagged with neglect

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A Washington elementary school teacher and her husband were arrested on school grounds when the woman was allegedly found in her classroom high on narcotics, and the man was reportedly high in the parking lot with their toddler.

According to reports, during the school day on May 16, a 35-year-old teacher was in her classroom at Spotswood Elementary School in Fredericksburg. Her husband and 2-year-old child were on the campus, but they were inside a vehicle in the parking lot.

A school resource officer saw the teacher and asserted that she was altered. Her classroom was searched, and they allegedly found narcotics. Since the resource officer thought the woman was on drugs, it was believed that they were hers. All the children were assessed as a precaution, and they were all reported as unharmed.

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A mother who recently moved to Florida is facing charges after allegedly leaving her preteen son at a bus stop knowing he intended to walk for 20 days to go back to Missouri to live with his grandmother.

On May 15, a 32-year-old woman and her two children, ages 12 and 2, were at a bus stop in Hialeah. They recently relocated from Columbia, Missouri, and the 12-year-old was reportedly unhappy about the move. He started arguing with his mom and told her he wanted to go back to Columbia. He let her know he calculated the travel time by foot and said he would stay with his grandmother when he got there after the 20-day trek.

It was reported that the boy walked away from his mother, who began calling his name, but when he did not answer she didn’t chase after him or try to stop him from leaving.

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An Indiana woman was arrested for allegedly allowing a 12-year-old to drive her and two youngsters around town in the early morning hours after she visited a local bar.

Early in the morning on March 4, a 26-year-old woman from Evansville was hanging out at Rick’s Sports Bar where she reportedly drank alcohol. Around 1:00 AM, the woman departed the premises in a vehicle and allegedly picked up three children.

According to reports, the woman allowed the 12-year-old youngster to drive the vehicle while she and the other children rode as passengers. They allegedly cruised around town and towards the waterfront area before heading home.

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A Florida man who reportedly passed out in the driver’s seat was arrested when the police allegedly found he had drugs and a hidden child in his truck.

In the middle of December, a 25-year-old man from Wildwood was sitting in a Dodge Ram near the gate of the Village of Hemingway on the Sumter County side of the Villages.

At around 3:00 AM, a deputy from the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office spotted the vehicle, which displayed Illinois license plates. The deputy noticed it was idle and had what appeared to be one of the front tires elevated on the median. They decided to go over to the spot to investigate the situation.

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A Florida grandmother is facing charges after she was allegedly seen walking around in the street carrying a toddler identified as her grandchild while high on drugs and screaming.

Early in the morning on December 12, a 47-year-old woman was seen holding a youngster in her arms and yelling. It was believed that she was saying the child was unable to breathe. The authorities were notified, and officers with the Pensacola Police Department went to the scene to investigate.

According to reports, they found the youngster, identified as the woman’s grandson, and asserted that he was underdressed for the 45-degree weather. It was believed that he had been out in the cold for long enough that he might need medical care, so he was transported to a local hospital.

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A woman from Grand Forks, North Dakota, is facing felony charges after she allegedly drove down the interstate and abandoned her 4-year-old daughter on the side of the road.

On the afternoon of October 3, a 37-year-old mother of two put her children in her vehicle and drove onto I-29. She got to a section where the side of the road was lined with tall grass, and she reportedly pulled the car over.

The woman, who was reportedly upset because her living situation was precarious, allegedly told her 4-year-old daughter to get out of the car. She reportedly instructed the youngster to stay in the grassy area and away from traffic. According to reports, she pulled away with her other child in the car and left the girl behind.

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A Florida woman is facing charges after she brought her child to a hotel room where she and others allegedly did drugs, drank, and had group sex, and then left the youngster by himself with a dead body.

Last weekend, an incident occurred at the Hammock Beach Golf Resort & Spa in Palm Coast, resulting in a mother’s arrest and the Department of Children and Families (DCF) taking custody of her 11-year-old boy.

Early in the morning on September 10, a mother was hanging out at a bar while her son stayed with his grandmother. When the establishment was closing, the woman retrieved her child and reportedly headed to a hotel room at the resort.

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An Oregon man who was allegedly found with an illegal gun is suspected of manufacturing and selling meth and accused of domestic violence after the police further investigated the situation.

According to reports, drug sales in Eugene have increased, and the authorities are actively working to improve the conditions.

The police were recently notified about possible drug activity taking place downtown, and in the West University neighborhood. Officers from the Eugene Police Street Crimes Unit followed up on the reports. They were led to a 35-year-old local man who lives close to the University of Oregon, and they believed he was involved in the drug sales.

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The 32-year-old mother of a 2-month-old has been accused of causing serious physical harm to her child from severe long-term neglect.

According to reports, the Indiana Department of Child Services in Vanderburgh recently received a report about a situation involving the possible neglect of a 2-month-old baby girl in an Evansville home. The agency reported that they had many prior interactions with her mother and that all her children other than the infant had previously been taken from the home.

When DCS went to the residence and investigated the claims, they said they found the home was unkempt and unsanitary. When they wanted to check the baby’s body to see if she had any visible suspicious marks, the woman refused to consent.

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The parents of seven children in Pennsylvania are facing serious charges after allegedly forcing their children to live in deplorable conditions with caged rats and installing a lock on the refrigerator so they could not eat.

According to reports, on April 23, the neighbor of a family with seven kids who live in a three-bedroom mobile home in Sellersville saw one of the children going into an abandoned trailer. They believed the youngster looked malnourished, so they called 911 to report the situation.

Officers with the Pennridge Regional Police Department were dispatched to the residence to investigate.

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