Shanesha Taylor was one of the many parents charged this year with leaving children in hot cars. In her case, it wasn’t a matter of forgetting the children were there. She left her two sons in the car with the windows cracked about an inch while she went into a Scottsdale, Arizona business for a job interview because she couldn’t find affordable day care.
If you look at 34-year-old Danielle Kalberer’s mugshot, she looks disheveled and a bit out of it. It may be because Nassau Police found her on Oct. 27 slumped over the driver’s seat of her car in the middle of a fall afternoon.
Prince William County Police are investigating the death of a 9-month-old baby, and they say the child’s parents are responsible.
Brittany Ruck, 25, of Conway, Pennsylvania is accused of lifting her 6-year-old daughter out of a chair by her hair so hard that “the girl’s scalp was separated from her skull and blood pooled around the girl’s eyes.”
“I’ve been doing this long enough, so I don’t get surprised a lot, but I’m really at a loss for words. It’s incomprehensible to me that a parent would introduce her child to these drugs,” said Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman.
A woman in Corpus Christi, Texas upped the ante this past weekend for stupid ways to put your child’s life in danger. The 28-year-old mother was arrested for driving drunk and naked with her toddler on her lap.
When Ashley Tull’s four-year-old daughter discovered her backpack had been ruined by the family pet, Tull grabbed another one before taking her child to day care.
Child abuse isn’t something you lie about under any circumstances — and it’s most definitely off the table as an excuse to play hooky from class.
To avoid a ticket for not having a proper car seat for her baby, 19-year-old Breona Synclair Watkins thought it’d be okay to put her 5-month-old in the trunk instead.
Now, Reddit isn’t always the most reliable source for information, but we’re hoping this story turns out to be true because the details of the incident are just TOO horrifying.