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 In 90 degree heat, Andover woman leaves baby in car 
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Post In 90 degree heat, Andover woman leaves baby in car
http://kstp.com/article/stories/S150083.shtml?cat=1

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ANDOVER, Minn. (AP) - A 25-year-old Andover woman was arrested after leaving her baby locked in a minivan with the windows closed while she shopped at Target, Anoka County authorities said Wednesday.



WHY ARE PEOPLE SO FREAKIN STUPID?!?!?!



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Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:41 am
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Amazing! She should definately lose custody for something like that. I am just glad the baby didnt die. We had a 3 year old wander out of the house and get into a car in the driveway last summer and they found her dead...devastating for the entire community.


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I read that at KSTP yesterday morning. Couldn't belive it. Also couldn't believe that they will "decide" whether to charge her. HELLO! I wouldn't have let her back out on the streets.

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Along those same lines:

http://qconline.com/archives/qco/display.php?id=347837

My favorite part is the lady is totally drunk and her 5 1/2 month old kid is on the floor of her car. Yes, I'm proud to be a quad citian.


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proving once again that some people are parents only because they are biologically capable of being so -


Sat Jul 28, 2007 8:01 am
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there should be a law that says people need to pass an application process before having a child.

you keep hearing about these welfare moms having 5-6-7 kids...

And here I am working 50 hour weeks for the money to buy the things that I want/need.

I can't stand lazy people.

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Swaps wrote:
there should be a law that says people need to pass an application process before having a child.

you keep hearing about these welfare moms having 5-6-7 kids...

And here I am working 50 hour weeks for the money to buy the things that I want/need.

I can't stand lazy people.


Amen. I know way too many of them, too.

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Guys, if you don't want to get political, it really isn't a good idea to get into how most welfare moms really live.

Now, people who leave kids in cars for more than brief period should get into trouble.

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Kansas Viking wrote:
I read that at KSTP yesterday morning. Couldn't belive it. Also couldn't believe that they will "decide" whether to charge her. HELLO! I wouldn't have let her back out on the streets.


This is nothing unusual for a law enforcement agency to do. After reviewing the case I would imagine they might up the charges against her. I didn't see anything in the article however, the child was probably turned over to a child protective service agency until the attorneys office decide what charges to bring.


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