Law Offices of Tim Powers, Denton Texas
I’ve written a lot of past blogs on leaving children alone in cars,
but somehow this subject gets brought up over and over again. My question
to the public is, when will this end?
Just today, 60-year-old Deborah Reece was released from jail after posting bond.
Reese was arrested Monday, for leaving her 2-year-old goddaughter alone
in a car while she went into Wal-Mart.
Police believe that the little girl was left inside the hot-car, with no
air-conditioning for about an hour until a woman came and found the little
girl crying. Reece was arrested when she returned to the car and faces
possible charges of abandonment or endangering a child, which is a second-degree felony.
According to NBC News, signs are posted at the Wal-Mart entrance to avoid
catastrophes such as this one. It is crucial that we are aware of our
surroundings in order to ensure our children’s safety. There is
no excuse for leaving a child alone in a car.
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