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TheTandD.Com | Woman Sought After Leaving Child at Church

Society & Culture  (tags: crime, Misty Lynn Shealy Millender, Baby Zachary, ethics, mother )

- 3118 days ago -
NORTH, S.C. - Officials are seeking the woman they believe dropped a toddler off at a North parsonage on Monday, alleging she stole the preacher's debit card on the way out.

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Cheree M (46)
Thursday December 3, 2009, 3:23 am
Look at that smile.......

Sylvia W (46)
Thursday December 3, 2009, 1:01 pm
Well, now we know her priorities...

pam M (98)
Thursday December 3, 2009, 1:16 pm
A real poster child for a nutjob. But she was smart enough to leave the toddler at a church, where by law those that are having problems with control or financial difficulties should leave their children. It's better than finding the child dead in a garbage can or sent to the hospital near death due to a severe beating. All in all she did the child a favor, for the alternative could have been tragic.

Past Member (0)
Thursday December 3, 2009, 4:05 pm
I totally agree with Pamela, at least this woman left the child with a church instead of a dumpster or much worse. Still, it's very sad. My goodness, poor babies.

Sara T (3)
Thursday December 3, 2009, 4:51 pm
What a sad story. I hope the minister will continue to aid people in need, despite one bad apple. What a horrible mother she must have been too, only thinking of herself. I'm glad she at least brought her son to the church, rather than deserting him somewhere else.
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