Moms too busy snapping cell phone pics of themselves to take care of their kids.
Sarasota, Florida, mom Jennifer Ann Lee, 29, is facing charges of child neglect after police reportedly found her with several spent nitrous oxide cartridges in, around and under her in the car, and her son, 1, asleep in the back seat.
The recently widowed, former mother-of-two boys, who left them to stifle to death in a hot SUV in November 2012, has been arrested on charges of negligent homicide. Depending on what information detectives uncover, it is possible that the children’s deaths could be reclassified as homicides at a later time.
In a case all too reminiscent of that of missing Florida toddler Caylee Anthony, police in Florida have been searching for a child last seen at age 5 months in July 2011, who was never reported missing by his family.
…and the award for best father of 2012 will not be going to Kenneth Rowe of Daytona Beach, Fla., who forgot his infant at a liquor store, and returned too drunk to walk home.
When deputies knocked on a Florida door, a boy, 5, answered saying, "Policemen mommy is not here, I watching my sisters. Can you watch us now?" There were two other children in the apartment, ages 3 and 2, but no adult.
Two Virginia mothers are jailed after a naked child was seen wandering around outside a WaWa convenience store in Spotsylvania County on Sunday. A WaWa employee gave the child some clothes and called police, who went to the home of Crystal Dawn Craig, 29, and Amy Elizabeth Lam, 38.
Emergency personnel were called to the scene of a fire on July 3, 2012, in Deerfield Beach, Fla., when Darin MacDannald’s trailer caught fire. On entering the structure they found his son, who weighed only 85 pounds, and transported him to the Coral Springs Medical Center, where they found much more.
On May 15, 2003, 6-month-old Woyah Andressohn died, weighing only 7 pounds. Her parents, strict vegans Joseph and Lamoy Andressohn, were accused of starving Woyah and her siblings. See the case in photos.