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A woman in West Virginia jumped into the Ohio River to try to escape the police after she allegedly snatched a young boy from a park and threw him in the water.

On August 27, a man and his young children were spending time together at Harris Riverfront Park in Huntington. The park runs alongside the Ohio River.

The father reported that a stranger approached while he and his children were seated at a picnic table. The unknown woman reportedly sat down without an invitation.

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A woman was accused of child neglect after she allegedly left a young boy to fend for himself in a residence without electric or water services, and with no food in the home.

A 9-year-old boy who had been living under the supervision of a man until February 9 was reportedly left by himself after the man was placed in jail.

A woman, identified as 39-year-old Autumn Lee Bleede, was reportedly involved in the task of providing care for the boy, but her relationship to him was redacted from the official documents.

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A 15-year-old girl spoke with the authorities and made allegations that she has been experiencing years of agonizing torment at home, and her parents have been charged for the reportedly despicable acts.

Utah couple Kimberly Marie Tutt and her husband Trev Jordan Tutt live in Ogden with their three daughters.

Recently, their 15-year-old alerted the police about how she was allegedly being treated by her mother and father at home. The girl, who the authorities believed appeared as if she was too small for her age, stated that she was punished by her parents in cruel ways, such as restricting her food intake and forcing her to go days at a time without water. The girl said she was regularly chained to the underside of her bed, and that the abuse had been going on since she was in 7th grade.

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When a woman believed she was being pursued by zombies, she took cover inside a delivery truck and allegedly tried to take the vehicle in an attempt to escape the undead predators.

A driver employed by Sparkletts was making his deliveries on Tuesday when he left his truck for a moment to drop off some water bottles at an Oklahoma Walmart store.

While collecting the store’s order off the truck, the driver said that he heard what sounded like the door of the vehicle slamming shut. Upon inspection of the sound, he said that a woman was inside of the vehicle, which reportedly also contained the keys and his phone. The woman had already proceeded to lock herself in the cab before he could prevent it.

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The mother of a 9-month-old is facing charges after she allegedly poured water on the baby, who was sleeping, and recorded the incident reportedly saying it was an act of retaliation.

The Sumter County Sheriff’s Office recently reported that they came across a video posted on Facebook and interpreted it as having content that caused the belief that “improper treatment of an infant” may be taking place.

The video allegedly showed a hand, assumed to be a woman’s, holding a bottle of water over a sleeping baby and pouring some of the contents on the child’s head. The infant woke up and began coughing after a second stream of water allegedly made contact with her face.

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A man who worked in a dermatology office in Florida has been accused of battery after allegedly sneaking into the manager’s office and adding semen to her drinking water on two different days.

62-year-old Robert Tyson was employed as an office worker at the Welby Way dermatology clinic in Tallahassee. He reportedly had a negative rapport with the office manager and he tried to address the issues by sending letters to the woman in question and to her bosses informing them of his displeasure with the way the office was being run due to his belief that she was not performing her job well.

On July 2, the office manager was drinking water from the cup she had on her desk and she believed it had a taste and odor that should not have been present. When looking inside of the mug she noted a white-colored, viscous substance was floating in the water.

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At the Growing Well Child Care Center in Raleigh, NC, two women who provide day care services have been accused of abusing a 4-year-old boy enrolled in their program.

The state-accredited day care owned by Shirley Leary Staten is run out of her home. She and Nina Staton Lassiter, the director of the business, share the responsibility of caring for and overseeing the children.

One of the services provided at Growing Well is supplying meals for the youngsters in their care. On October 4, Staten is said to have force-fed a 4-year-old child rice and water causing chronic damage to him in the form of an eating affliction. In addition she allegedly slapped and pushed him onto the floor.

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