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Wolf Signs Bill Strengthening Penalties For Child EndangermentGovernor Wolf says the bill signed into law, allows courts to take into account the age of a child put in danger and the degree of harm.
Trenton Mom Burned Baby With Cigarette, Police SayA 23-year-old Trenton mother is facing a charge of endangering the welfare of a child after police say she burned her baby with a cigarette.
Police: Mom Put Infant's Hand In Mug To Prove Coffee Was Hot Authorities say a Council Bluffs woman placed one of her 10-month-old son's hands in a mug of coffee to prove to him that the coffee was hot.
Cops: Pennsylvania Mom Malnourished Baby With Vegan DietState police say 30-year-old Elizabeth Hawk, of Farmington, became "obsessed" with the vegan diet.
Cherry Hill Man Sentenced For Secretly Filming Naked Child For 3 YearsSixty-seven-year-old Sylvester Chew, convicted of secretly filming a young girl while she lived in his home, has been sentenced to 25 years in state prison.
New Jersey Priest Accused Of Pointing Gun At 8-Year-Old ParishionerProsecutors say a priest accused of pointing a functioning musket at a young boy in a New Jersey church has been charged with child endangerment.
Leaving Child In Car Often IllegalIs it endangerment if a child left by a parent in a car is not physically, mentally, or emotionally impaired?
Monsignor William Lynn Meeting With Defense Lawyer Over Bail QuestionDefense lawyer Thomas Bergstrom says while the case has been remanded to Superior Court, the three-judge panel may not hear arguments until September.
Two Phila. Mothers Charged After Babies Are Rescued From Rooftop PerilPhiladelphia police say charges have been filed against the mother of a toddler who was found on the roof of a home in Frankford and a teenage girl whose baby was trying to crawl out of an apartment window onto the same roof.
Judge To Decide If Monsignor William Lynn Remains On House Arrest Or Returns To PrisonA Philadelphia judge will decide Monsignor William Lynn's fate.
Prosecutors: School Official Inappropriately Touched TeenBail was set at $100,000 cash for 55-year-old Roger Schneider of Rockaway Township, who was charged Saturday with child endangerment and aggravated criminal sexual contact.
Chester County Bus Driver Accused Of Leaving Child On School Bus All DayA bus driver in Chester County is facing Child Endangerment charges after police say he left a child on his bus for about six hours.

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