Care2 News Story
"The 11-year-old boy and four other children, ages 8, 9, 13 and 14, were removed from the home. Authorities learned about the situation after a deputy responded Friday to a complaint about a hog at a neighboring house saw the boy wearing a T-shirt and jeans shivering outside.
Wanda Sue Larson, a supervisor with the Union County Department of Social Services, and Dorian Lee Harper, an emergency room nurse at CMC-Union in Monroe, face charges of intentional child abuse inflicting serious injury, false imprisonment, and cruelty to animals.
Larson also faces charges of willful failure to discharge her duty as a public official. Cathey said Larson has worked with his agency, as well as others around Union County.
Harper reportedly lived at the residence with Larson, who was not present at the time of Friday's incident. They had adopted four of the children and were serving as foster parents for the 11-year-old."
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I've opened a new threadon the Juvenile Justice Advocacy Group for the discussion of this news story since the two suspects are a 12-yr-old and 14-yr-old girls. Please, feel free to post updated information or your comments.
This post was modified from its original form on 27 Oct, 11:57
Family with epileptic son touched after stranger pays for dinner, sends kind note
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Crying Baby Pulled From Trash Bag In Jersey City
A Woman Found The Baby Boy With The Umbilical Cord Still Attached
August 31, 2013 7:31 PM
"JERSEY CITY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A baby in Jersey City owes his life to the combined efforts of a group of boys playing near an apartment building on Kensington Ave, the super, and his wife.
The boys noticed a moving trash bag and the sound of a crying baby.
They knocked on the super’s door and he and his wife ran outside and tore the bag open, 1010 WINS’ Gary Baumgarten reported."...
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