Two suburban Philadelphia parents are charged with child endangerment after police say their 5- and 7-year-old daughters were found malnourished in a filthy home.
New Castle Police have charged Lotte Lockwood, 21, with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child after an area resident found her soon to be 3-year-old child wandering the streets near New Castle Avenue.
A traffic stop in Wilmington resulted in the arrest of a Philadelphia couple and the seizure of drugs and a gun.
Darren L. Byrd, 38, from Gloucester Township, was reported to be distributing Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS), specifically heroin.
Police say it wasn’t until the child’s mother showed up three hours later that Norma Davis realized the boy was still in the van.
The mother is being held in lieu of $7,500 bail. The father is being held in lieu of $10,000 bail.
A Pennsylvania woman has been jailed on child endangerment charges after police say her 2-year-old daughter was twice found on the road near the woman’s home.
Bensalem (Bucks County), Pa. police were called to the parking lot at Parx casino on Saturday night, where they found an 18-month-old boy screaming inside a Lexus.
Defense attorneys were able to get some of the charges thrown out, but Dr. Stephen Ficchi and his wife, Donna, will still face trial on eleven counts of furnishing alcohol to minors and three counts of endangering the welfare of children.
Police say Stephen Campbell realized after watching his older child play tee-ball for about 45 minutes that he had left his younger child in the car. The infant was treated at a local hospital and released.
Officers responded to a crowd disturbance in the area and found the child sitting by himself in a car with the loaded .44-caliber handgun on the floor.
Police say an unlicensed daycare provider was charged for locking up two 3-year-olds twins while she went out to pick up other children.
Cindy Burdick admitted assaulting the four-month-old boy in her care last year; he suffered a near-fatal brain injury.
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A New Jersey grand jury has refused to indict a woman known widely as the “tanning mom” after being accused of endangering her child by allegedly bringing her into a tanning booth.