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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Baby found wandering,mother arrested

HAMMOND, LA (WPRI) - Police in Louisiana arrested a 22-year-old East Providence, Rhode Island woman after her 18-month-old baby was found wandering in the parking lot of motel.
An eyewitness told Hammond Police that she found the child walking alone in 35-degree weather late Monday night wearing " a thin nightie and a pair of socks".
Police say around 10 pm, they found the empty second-floor room used by the mother, Kimberly Briggs and her boyfriend, who is the father of the child, with the door open. According to police, the playpen and baby bed were empty, and there was a daiquiri on one of the tables.
While inside, officers left a note for the two parents telling them to call police once they got back.
Briggs called police a couple of hours later asking where her child was. She originally told police she had asked someone to watch the baby while she went to pick up her boyfriend from work. But, later admitted to police that the story was not true, and that she had left her baby alone in a playpen in the room.
Police believe the baby went down the stairs and into the parking by itself. They also say Briggs admitted she had been drinking and taking medicine before the incident.
The father was not arrested because he was working at the time. Kimberly Briggs, now faces a charge of one count of criminal abandonment.
Meanwhile, her child was taken to a foster home by the Louisiana state Office of Community Service.

Friday, January 23, 2009

High school coach charged in player's death

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Kentucky high school football coach has been charged with reckless homicide in the death of a player who collapsed at practice on a hot day.
Jefferson County Commonwealth's Attorney Dave Stengel says a grand jury indicted Pleasure Ridge Park head football coach David Jason Stinson on Thursday. The school is in Louisville.
Pleasure Ridge sophomore Max Gilpin collapsed on Aug. 20 and died three days later at a hospital.
A call to Stinson's attorney, Alex Dathorne, was not immediately returned.
Stengel says Stinson is expected to appear at an arraignment Monday in Louisville.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Teacher charged with two counts os statutory rape

PURVIS, Miss. — Authorities say Zachary Riley, who had been contracted to coach cheerleaders at local schools, was booked into the Lamar County Jail on two counts of statutory rape and one count of child molestation.
The 23-year-old Riley, of Sumrall, had taught routines to units at Purvis High and Presbyterian Christian School.
After an investigation by the Mississippi Highway Patrol's Bureau of Investigation, Riley was taken into custody on Wednesday.
Sheriff Danny Rigel said Riley had been placed in his jail because the incident had taken place in Lamar County.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Bus driver guilty of braking hard to throw kids

HUNTLEY, Ill. (AP) - An Illinois school bus driver has been found guilty of intentionally slamming on the brakes to throw misbehaving children from their seats.
A judge in Huntley, Ill., found Julieta Clinton guilty on Tuesday of reckless conduct and child endangerment as part of a plea deal in which Clinton did not admit guilt.
McHenry County prosecutors say Clinton was driving 54 youngsters to school last April when she became frustrated with their unruly behavior and braked hard twice.
Her attorney says it was an accident.
One youngster was treated at a hospital and 18 others were treated at the scene.
The children ranged in age from 5 to 10.
Clinton is scheduled to be sentenced on April 3. She could face up to a year in prison.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Baby Found Safe After Being Left In Stolen Car

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. -- An 18-month-old boy was found safe Sunday morning after deputies said his mother let a man borrow her car with her son inside.
Investigators said 24-year-old Julinia Moreno let her friend, Joshua Barnes, 24, borrow her car with Moreno's son in the back seat. Deputies said Barnes drove to a known drug house on Pine Street in Altamonte Springs.
While he was inside investigators said another man, 36-year-old David Carver, stole the car then abandoned the baby in someone's front yard.
The toddler, Jamir Worg, was found wandering in 40-degree weather outside a home on Cornwall Court in Longwood .
"He was just sitting there and when he saw me he just got up and walked toward me and he just gave me his arms and I was like, 'Where's your mommy?'" said lupita Jimenez, the woman who found the boy.
"Well actually I'm at my house, I opened my door and there's a kid right here dropped off," said Jimenez to the 911 operator.
"We've been looking for him. You still have him right? "asked the operator.
"Yes, yes right here," she responded.
According to investigators, Carver traded the car for drugs. Deputies found the car at a Wal-Mart parking lot in Sanford.
Officers said they found two drug dealers inside and they admitted they traded Carver drugs for the car. They revealed his location and Carver was arrested.
"It says a lot about the drug. If it's that powerful it would make a human being abandon a one-year-old child. That's a very scary thing," said James Clark of the Seminole County Sheriff's Office.
The child was taken to South Seminole Hospital and was in DCF custody.
The three suspects, David Carver, Joshua Barnes and the child's mother, Julinia Moreno, were being held at the Seminole County jail and faced a judge Monday morning.
Moreno is expected to be released some time Monday. Carver and Barnes have bonds set at $5,000.

6 year old boy left sleeping on school bus for 2 hours in sub zero temperatures

CHICAGO — A Catholic school in Chicago is investigating how a 6-year-old boy was left sleeping on a school bus for more than two hours in subzero temperatures. St. Malachy School officials say Kinjari Penson fell asleep Thursday on the way to an after-school program at a Chicago church. The first-grader didn't wake up until the other children returned to the bus. The temperatures had dropped to 11 below zero. The boy complained that his feet hurt from the cold and was treated for hypothermia at a hospital. He has been released. His parents say they're outraged. Principal Bridgid Miller says the school is working on new safeguards. Experts have said they are aware of up to 75 such incidents nationwide every year.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Debris Kills Boy, 6, at Monster Truck Show in Washington

TACOMA, Wash. — Debris flew into the grandstands at a monster truck show in Washington state, killing a 6-year-old boy and injuring another spectator, witnesses and city officials said Saturday.
A red truck came apart while doing doughnuts during the freestyle competition of Friday night's Monster Jam show, the witnesses said. Debris from the truck flew 30 to 50 feet over a safety barrier into the stands.
"Parts were falling off and a piece flew up and hit a little boy," Christine Moe told King Television of Seattle.
Police Officer Mark Fulghum said officers serving as security at the Tacoma Dome investigated the accident.
"At this point, there's nothing to indicate that there's anything criminal," Fulghum told The Associated Press on Saturday night. "Right now it looks like a tragic accident."
The Pierce County medical examiner's office identified the boy killed as Sebastin Hizey of Puyallup.
The boy's father, Jessie Hizey, issued a statement to KIRO-TV on Saturday that said his son was hit in the head by a Frisbee-sized piece of metal, weighing between 7 and 12 pounds.

"I cannot get the images" out of my head, the father said.
The man who was injured was taken to a hospital Friday night, but Robert McNair-Huff, community relations manager for the city, said the man's identity was not available Saturday.
Some spectators told the TV station they had to throw cups off the stands to get the attention of medics. The show continued after the two were hurt, and many spectators left.
"They just kept going," Moe said. "We grabbed our kids and just bee-lined out of there."
Laurie Deranleau, 32, a nurse from Westport, told The News Tribune, "Everybody sitting around thought they should have dropped the show and gave the family some respect. Nobody was paying attention to the show."more

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