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SPRING, TX – A woman has been charged after being caught shoplifting inside a Texas Walmart and not mentioning her child was baking in her car in the parking lot.

On Wednesday, Dimitric Knight got caught shoplifting inside a Walmart. Police were called to the location after she tried leaving the store with more than $70 worth of makeup hidden in her purse.

It wasn’t until 40 minutes later, after Knight was arrested, that officers were alerted to the fact that Knight’s 7-year-old son was sitting in the car in the parking lot.

“At some point it came out ‘did you drive here?’..we determined she had a vehicle when we went out, we found a child in the vehicle,” said Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman.

The boy was found in the backseat of the vehicle that was not running with only one window down about four inches. The temperatures outside were above 90 degrees.

Deputies said the child was either not conscious or sleeping and they had to press on his legs for him to regain consciousness.…

MEMPHIS, TN — A woman in Tennessee got in some trouble when a concerned citizen recorded her transporting her two grandchildren inside dog crates.

On Saturday, someone shared cell-phone video online they had taken of 62-year-old Leimome Cheeks letting two of her children out of large dog crates located in the back of her SUV.

When police located and questioned Cheeks, she admitted she had driven from about 35 minutes with the two children, ages seven and eight, inside the crates.

“Leimome Cheeks was interviewed and admitted to riding from Whitehaven (a Memphis neighborhood) to Collierville with the children in the kennel,” a police affidavit says. “Cheeks further advised they also drove downtown, however she checked on the children periodically and later removed them from the kennel and put them in the rear seats of her vehicle.”

Cheeks was arrested and charged on two counts of child endangerment.

When police questioned the children, they said their grandmother put them in the crates because she didn’t have enough room for them to sit safely in a seat.…

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH – An attorney has been charged after he left his girlfriend’s autistic 9-year-old in a hot car parked in a Home Depot parking lot.

A concerned citizen called 911 last week to report there was a young boy sitting in a parked car at Home Depot with the windows rolled up. The heat index outside was 94 degrees.

The man told the dispatcher that he opened the back door for the kid, which set off the car’s alarm.

“I don’t want to be standing here when the parents come out and I got his kid,” the caller told dispatchers.

When the dispatcher asked if the kid needed any medical help the man said yes because the boy was “slobbering at the mouth.”

After police and medical crews arrived to check on the boy, 65-year-old Paul Bayer runs up apologizing.

He explains the boy is his 36-year-old girlfriend’s kid and that he had forgot he was in the car and he’d went into Home Depot.

“He got real quiet, I forgot he was with me, I came here for a quick drum and I forgot I had him,” Bayer tells an officer.…

ALBUQUERQUE, NM — A homeless couple are both behind bars for forcing their 7-year-old daughter to perform sex acts, pickpocket, panhandle in heels and attend “secret parties” in exchange for drugs and money.

The girl and her 8-year-old brother, who went to the same school, would often show up unkempt or would fall asleep during class. The school was aware that the parents, Teri Lee Sanchez and James Stewart Sr, 37, were known to be occasionally homeless.

In November of last year, the girl’s teacher noticed she was, “excessively unkempt and smelled of urine.”  She lead her into the bathroom to put her in fresh clothing and clean her up. It was at this point when she noticed dried blood in her panties. The teacher informed the school principal and made contact with Albuquerque police and the Children, Youth and Families Department, and made a report to each.

Both the principle and teacher noted an additional incident where the girl was dropped off at school in an unfamiliar vehicle wearing high heels and appeared to have had her hair, and makeup professionally done.…

JONESVILLE, VA — An 8-day-old baby in Virginia was mauled to death in its bassinet by the family’s wolf-dog hybrid.

On Wednesday morning, the parents of the infant girl heard her crying in her room. When they went in to investigate, they found the dog standing over her.

“The child, according to the statements, was in a bassinet. There was blood in the bassinet where the dog had attacked the child. (There were) very serious injuries to the upper body, and the head,” Lee County Sheriff Gary Parsons said.

The infant was rushed to the hospital by her father but would die later that afternoon. The 3-year-old wolf-dog hybrid was euthanized after being taken to the pound.

Social services have been called to check on two other children living in the home with two other dogs.

Parsons said he believes it is reckless to leave any child unattended with an animal, and is checking if any charges can be filed against the girls’ parents.

“I’m concerned about whether the child was protected, so the tough part for me is who is in the right and who is in the wrong, and you hate to charge parents that are grieving over a child, but at the same time you have to consider the rights of the child,” he said.…

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.…

NEW YORK, NY – A woman was arrested after she allegedly dumped a container of popcorn on a 2-year-old in a movie theater then hitting the toddler in the head with the container

According to police,  25-year-old Keri Karman was with her father watching a showing of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Sitting beside her was Celia Riggs, who was watching the movie with her husband and three children.

There haven’t been any reports on what may have happened before Karman snapped, but according to Riggs, her 2-year-old daughter had simply asked for some popcorn when Karman told the girl to shut up.

When Riggs told Karman not to talk to her daughter, she says Karman responded by screaming and cursing at her before covering the 2-year-old girl’s mouth with her hand. She then dumped popcorn over the little girl’s head before hitting her in the head with the empty container.

Karman left the theater with her father left the theater as the girl started crying. It took police two months, but they finally identified Karman and arrested her and her father.…

JASPER, FL – Police have arrested a man who allegedly left his toddler outside overnight as Irma passed through the city.

The mother of the 19-month-old called police Sunday night to report her daughter was missing.

She said the girl’s father, 36-year-old Angelo Mitchell, left the house with the girl but returned a couple of hours later without her.

When questioned by police, an intoxicated Mitchell admitted he had been watching his daughter and had been drinking, but denied ever taking the girl out of the house. He said the girl was safe and probably with a family friend.

With Irma passing through the city, police dogs had problems locating the missing girl’s scent in the storm. It wouldn’t be until the next day that a neighbor found the girl lying in the yard of a home 400 to 500 yards away.

She was alive ( a rarity for this site) but her skin appeared purple and was covered in scratches and bug bites. Authorities believe the girl was left exposed to the storm’s rain and wind gusts the entire night.…

ALLOWAY, NJ – A woman has been arrested after she passed out in the front seat of her car for hours and her 2-year-old daughter fatally injured herself while trying to escape her car seat.

Deanna Joseph, 39, called 911 around 9:45 p.m. to report her daughter was unresponsive. When police arrived at the scene they found the girl dead in her car seat in a car running in the driveway.

After questioning Joseph, police determined she had pulled into her driveway and passed out for hours with the car running and the heater running. During this time, her daughter struggled to get out of her car seat and may have accidentally hanged herself in the straps.

Salem County Prosecutor John T. Lenahan said the child had no obvious signs of blunt force trauma and the exact cause of death will be determined by the medical examiner’s office. My guess it will be either asphyxiation, heat exhaustion or a combination of both.

Joseph was charged with second-degree child endangerment, charges that I am sure will be upgraded once an official cause of death is determined, and especially considering Joseph’s history of doing this exact, same thing multiple times in the past.…

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”.…

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — A 3-week-old baby girl died after being bitten by the family’s pit bull, police say.

The incident happened around 6 p.m. Thursday after Susannah Murray was left alone in her bouncer inside a home as several adults were on the front porch.

When one of the adults went inside the home to check on her, they found she was suffering from bite marks, and the family’s pit bull was nearby with blood around its mouth.

Susannah was rushed to Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital where she underwent emergency surgery. Unfortunately, she would die the following morning.

Three pit bulls were removed from the home and taken to the Kent County Animal Shelter where they are under quarantine.

Another child lives in the home, said Sgt. Terry Dixon with the Grand Rapids Police Department, so Child Protective Services has been notified. At this time, the prosecutor’s office has not determined if any charges will be filed.

“This is a horrible tragedy and serves as a critical reminder to never leave a child unattended around a dog or dogs or cats.…

MUSKEGON, MI – Police say an 8-year-old girl is suspected in the death of a 1-year-old boy that was left unsupervised in a home day care.

When Bryanna Reasonover arrived at the Keysha Keepers home day care to pick up her four children early Friday morning, she immediately noticed something was wrong with her 1-year-old.

“I picked Korey up and I’m thinking he’s asleep and then his face tilts over,” Reasonover said. “I’m saying ‘What’s wrong with my baby’s face?’ I’m thinking he’s still asleep.”

She also noticed teeth marks and bruises on the boy’s face as he was taken to the bedroom of the home’s owner, Keysha Collins. CPR was performed as someone called 911, but Korey never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead at the hospital.

According to Reasonover’s 6-year-old daughter, the children had been left unsupervised for a couple of hours and that Korey had been crying. The homeowner’s 8-year-old daughter decided to take care of the situation and put Korey in a closet and, according to Reasonover’s daughter, Korey was bleeding.…


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