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RIVERDALE, UT — Police arrested a woman after she locked her two young children in the trunk of her car as she went shopping inside Wal-mart.

Police were dispatched to the Riverdale Wal-Mart after a witness called to report seeing a woman lock two children in the trunk of her car before going inside the store.

Other witnesses in the parking lot heard the two children – ages 2 and 5 – screaming inside the trunk and pounding so frantically that the vehicle was shaking.

“The little girl’s voice. Just screaming, let me out! I’m scared,” said Charity Maw.

One of the witnesses was able to talk the 5-year-old girl through using the emergency latch inside the trunk to get it open.

“And there’s two kids there, tears coming down their face. Balling. They were scared,” said Maw.

The children’s mother, 39-year-old Tori Lee Castillo, was arrested when she returned to her car. She was booked into the Weber County jail for child abuse.

The children were released into the custody of their father and the Department of Child and Family Services was contacted.

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