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MUSKEGON, MI – A 27-year-old woman was arrested after being accused of leaving her daughter with severe disabilities in the back of a pickup truck.

On the night of Feb. 25, Asia Beach placed her 8-year-old daughter in the back of a stranger’s truck then wandered a couple blocks away “attempting to break into neighboring houses and vehicles.”

The girl, who suffers from cerebral palsy and described as “nonverbal and immobile,” was discovered after a couple got into the truck and drove away from the home they’d been visiting.

After about a block, they heard the girl crying in the back. They returned to the home they were at and found the girl in the bed of the truck wearing only a t-shirt and pajama bottoms in the 37-degree weather.

“This girl could have died if these people hadn’t left the home when they did,” Muskegon County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Timothy Maat said. “If this was the homeowner’s vehicle and she had been in there overnight – or if the owner of the vehicle didn’t notice she was there – she’d be dead. It’s horrific.”

When Beach was located and questioned by police, they reported she was not making a lot of sense and that her thoughts were “not organized and very scattered.” Beach admitted to being under the influence of alcohol and marijuana.

Beach was taken into custody and charged with second-degree child abuse. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Child Protective Services are also investigating.

Beach’s daughter is currently with a relative and in “safe hands” according to Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson.

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