ARDMORE, OK - Police have arrested the parents of a three-week old girl who died from heat exhaustion after the idiots took her on a 1,100-mile road trip in a van that had no air conditioning and only one working window.
On Tuesday, 28-year-old Christopher Randolph and his 26-year-old wife, Angela Randolph, were making a 15-hour drive from Columbus, Ohio, to Ringling, Oklahoma with their newborn, Hanna, and their 15-month-old child.
With temperatures climbing to 100 degrees, the couple pulled their rolling oven into a gas station 20 miles from their destination. It was there that they noticed Hanna was no longer breathing.
She was rushed to the hospital, but pronounced dead from complications from heat exposure. The couple were arrested on Wednesday and charged with child neglect causing death. Their 15-month-old was taken into protect custody.
This means that the 15-month old has something in common with two of his other, living siblings who were also removed from Christopher and Angela back in 2010.
Not sure why the couple look so glum in their mugshots. Even though they’ve failed as parents on four separate occasions, they’ll be out of jail in no time and free to make more babies until they get it right.Tags: Angela Randolph, Child Endangerment, Child Neglect, Christopher Randolph, Crime, heat, Oklahoma