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TUCKER, GA – Police have arrested a 25-year-old woman after she left her one-year-old daughter in a hot car for six hours while she was getting her hair done.

Police say Dijanelle Fowler arrived at her hair appointment at 10:04AM on June 15, and left her daughter, Skylar, in the car with the air conditioning on.

A short time after entering the salon, her car died and Skylar would slowly cook to death as the temperatures outside reached 90 degrees.

At no time during the six hours Fowler was in the salon did she ever come out and check on her daughter.

Now here’s where things get even worse. After arriving at her car and finding her daughter dead, police believe she hid her daughter’s body with clothes and got a man from inside the salon to help her get her car started.

She then texted Skylar’s godfather and informed him she was going to go to the hospital because she was suffering severe headaches. During this time, Fowler was also Googling “seizure symptoms”.…

WEST MEMPHIS, AR – A 5-year-old boy with development issues died after being left in a van for eight hours at a children’s health clinic.

At 6:40 a.m. Monday, a van from Ascent Children’s Health Services picked up 5-year-old Christopher Gardner Jr. from his family’s home.

Gardner, whose had two heart surgeries and suffers from development issues, has been going to the facility for the last four years.

According to the facility’s website, they provide “quality outpatient and day treatment services to children and their families that are in need of mental health or developmental care.”

After arriving at the facility at 7:15 a.m., two adults on the van signed Gardner and the other children into the Ascent facility.

So imagine everyone’s surprise when Gardner was found dead inside the van eight hours later, still sitting in his booster seat.

Temperatures hit 80 degrees that day, which means the temperature in the van to rise to at least 114 degrees after only 30 minutes of Gardner being in the van.…

Mikayla PeerSURPRISE, AZ – Police have charged 20-year-old Mikayla Peer with child abuse after she went shopping at Walmart and left her 2-year-old daughter inside a sweltering hot car in the parking lot.

There are certain stories that, over the years, I have stayed away from – teachers fucking students and people leaving their kids in a hot car. After almost 5000 articles, I am just sick of writing them.

However, in the case of Peer, I am making an exception because, even after all of those articles, I can still be surprised at the level of stupidity some people manage to reach.

On July 4 , Peer and her two brothers walked into a Walmart, leaving her two-year-old daughter locked inside the car. In the sun. With the windows rolled up. On a sunny day that reached a high of 104 degrees.

Another shopper happened to walk by the car and saw the little girl sweating profusely in the backseat and called 911. Responding officers ended up smashing one of the car’s windows to get the girl out.…

Wilbert CarterBALTIMORE, MD – Police have charged 31-year-old Wilbert Carter with murder after they say he left his 2-year-old daughter, Leasia, strapped in her car seat inside his car while he went drinking.

Carter told police that he went out drinking on Father’s Day with friends and went home alone at 7 a.m. When he woke up on Monday at 4 p.m, he asked his mother and aunt if they had seen Leasia and they told him they thought she was with her older sister.

Carter left the house and walked up the street where he had parked his car and found Leasia unresponsive in the backseat, strapped in her car seat.

“He’s sitting there like, ‘Somebody’s dead, somebody’s dead,’ and we couldn’t make out what he was saying, but we know he was saying, ‘Somebody was dead,'” witness Bella Osbourne said.

Leasia was rushed to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Investigators said that Leasia had been left in the car with the windows up for 16 hours, most of it during sunlight hours when the temperature neared 90 degrees.…

Kristina RiddellLONGMONT, CO — A Colorado mother jumped from the frying pan into the fire after she ran down a concerned couple who’d called police about her young boy being left in a hot car.

Shannon Dominguez, 43, and her boyfriend, Alan Mason, were leaving the Dollar Tree when they noticed a young boy alone in a locked car in the parking lot and called 911.

“All four windows were rolled up. And it was in the direct sun. It scares the heck out of me. It’s some innocent child might die,” said Dominguez.

As she was on the phone with police, the boy’s mother, 27-year-old Kristina Riddell, approached them and became very angry. She punched Mason before jumping in her car.

Riddell backed her Honda up, hitting Dominguez and running over her leg. She then hit Mason, who went over the hood of the car before grabbing on to Riddell’s door.

“She had her windows down, so I grabbed onto the door. She drug me about 20 feet. I realized she was not going to stop, so I let go.…

Dulces Monge-PerezALBUQUERQUE, NM – The parents of a 5-year-old girl have been arrested and charged with child abuse after police said they left the girl in a hot truck as punishment.

Good Samaritans in a Home Depot parking lot said they heard a child crying for help inside a pickup truck parked in 90-degree heat. The truck was off, had its windows rolled up and its doors locked. The girl had been in the truck for over an hour and managed to crawl out of the rear sliding window.

Sheena Mayorga and her fiancé Hector Ramirez, along with their friend John Bodenheimer, went to the girl’s aid and tried calming her down. Mayorga said the girl was sweating from head to toe and was “screaming, sweating, unsure, and very scared.”

Police were called while another customer and some Home Depot employees took the girl inside the air-conditioned store and gave her water. The girl told police that her parents, Angelica Lerma-Montoya and Dulces Monge-Perez, ordered her to stay in the truck as punishment for eating earlier in the day.…

Lana HenryWALKER, LA — Billy and Lana Henry are looking at child cruelty charges after they forgot they’d brought their infant to Walmart and left the baby in the backseat of their car.

Officers responded to the Walmart parking lot after someone called to report seeing an infant locked in the backseat of a car. Police decided to force their way into the car due to the high temperatures.

Police checked the child for injuries and called the Office of Child Services. As all this was going on, the child’s parents – Billy Henry Jr., 35, and Lana Henry, 32 – had exited the Walmart and were walking toward the car.

When questioned, neither of the dumb fucks remembered they’d even brought their kid, and that the baby must have been locked in the car for about an hour. One officer reported that while questioning the couple, they “were unsteady on their feet and had slurred speech.”

Police would learn from the couple that their condition was the result of them taking Oxycodone.…

James NelsonShelby Township, MI – On the same day an Arizona father was charged with murder for intentionally leaving his 1-year-old in a hot car, a mother in Michigan was also charged with murder after she left her two-year-old son in a minivan.

Audrionna Rhoads, 21, has been charged with second degree murder and child negligent abuse after her son, James Nelson, was found dead in his car seat earlier this month.

“We believe the evidence demonstrates that the actions of the defendant showed a reckless disregard of the life of her child,” said Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith in reference to charges against Rhoades.

Rhoades told her family that when she left for work that morning, her son was sleeping on a futon in the mobile home she shared with a roommate. But investigators believe she put her son in the minivan that morning before driving another vehicle to work.

About 10 hours later, a neighbor noticed the boy’s foot through the minivan’s window and alerted the boy’s grandfather.…

Brokale Lytte MarquesSCOTTSDALE, AZ – Police are charging a man with second-degree murder after he intentionally left his 1-year-old son in a hot car while he went to work.

Brokale Marques, 28, was initially charged with child abuse and child endangerment after being accused of leaving his son in a hot car for hours on Saturday so that he could go to work. The boy was rushed to the hospital when he was found lethargic later in the day. When he was taken off life support on Monday, Marques was also charged with murder.

According to the police report, Marques woke up late for his job at International Cruise and Excursions and didn’t have time to get his son to the babysitter. So he took the boy with him and parked the car near his work, leaving the infant in the car seat with the car running.

Marques took a lunch break at around 11 a.m., and his son seemed fine. So he drove to a nearby Burger King for lunch and returned 30 to 45 minutes later.…

Israel SotoCalifornia – Police in California have arrested the parents of a 4-month-old left to cook inside a car overnight, charging them both with one count of willful cruelty to a child resulting in injury/death.

On Friday, 23-year-old Jessica Quezada and 30-year-old Israel Soto returned home from shopping with their 4-month-old son. The couple went inside their home, totally forgetting about their infant sitting in the backseat of the car until about 1:30 pm the next day.

That’s when a family member found the boy unresponsive inside the hot vehicle and called 911.  Israel tried performing CPR on the boy, as did paramedics, but the boy had already died a horrible death and was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

Police were called and the parents told them that they each believed that the other parent had taken the baby inside. Even so, that still doesn’t explain how neither of them realized the kid was missing when it came to his basic needs. You know, like feeding him or putting him to bed.…

Mary Amber MooreCovington, GA – Police arrested Mary Amber Moore after the 32-year-old woman went inside a Kmart to do some shopping and left her 5-year-old son outside in a car in the 90 degree heat.

Police were called to the Kmart at around 7:30 p.m. Saturday after someone saw the boy sitting inside the car, with all the windows rolled up, crying. When police arrived, they found the car sitting in direct sunlight and the boy sweating in the backseat holding a towel.

The doors were unlocked so the officers were able to get the boy out of the car. He told the officers that his mom left him in the car while she went shopping and had instructed him to get on the floor and cover up with a towel so no one would see him.

Police found Moore inside the Kmart and brought her back to the parking lot so she could retrieve her identification she said was in a small pink bag inside her car. While retrieving her ID, officers allegedly found a pill bottle that contained a variety of pills

She told them that the pills were Adderall, which was prescribed to her, but that they were just a variety of colors.…

hot carPALMETTO, FL – A three-year-old boy died Saturday after basically cooking to death in the car he had been left in while his parents attended a funeral.

Robert Anderson, 29, and Amanda Jo Anderson, 30, took two cars to drop their three children off with a babysitter so they could attend a funeral. Their 4 and 5-year-old were in one of the vehicles, and 3-year-old Kyrese Anderson was in the other.

After dropping off the kids, the pair drove to the funeral in one vehicle, leaving one of them behind – the one that still contained Kyrese. It wasn’t until they returned from the funeral a few hours later and asked about Kyrese that they realized what had happened.

“They get back from the funeral several hours later,” said Dave Bristow with the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office, “and they ask where the 3-year-old was, and the babysitter said, ‘I thought he was with you?'”

The couple ran to the car that had been sweltering in front of the babysitter’s house for a few hours and found Kyrese inside.…

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