Upset and confused, a toddler was found wandering in a supermarket parking lot at 1 a.m. Friday.
A woman whose own skin is deeply bronze-colored from regular visits to a tanning salon has been accused of taking her 5-year-old daughter into a tanning booth in violation of state law, burning the girl’s skin.
Two other children, ages three and two, were discovered at home alone.
A young boy has died and his parents are in police custody on charges related to neglect and abuse.
Authorities removed two children early Friday morning from a South Philadelphia home after it was discovered they had been left alone in “deplorable condition”.
New Castle County Police have charged a 24-year-old woman with endangering her two young children after she left them home alone and went to get food from Burger King.
Police say 30-year-old Loretta Hall appeared to be visibly intoxicated after she left her one-year-old daughter outside in a shopping cart.
A Montgomery County mother is headed to county prison for at least eight months after admitting that she caused injuries to the young daughter she adopted from Russia when the girl was three-years-old.
City and social service agency officials are imploring the public to take a more proactive role in reporting child abuse and neglect.
State gaming regulators will continue talking with officials from the Parx Casino in Bensalem, in an effort to eliminate the problem of gamblers leaving children in cars in the parking lot of the casino.
James Civello waived his preliminary hearing in District Court in Ardmore, and will stand trial on felony charges that include corruption of minors and child endangerment.
John Benson and Sheakia Stubbs allegedly stole about 18 rings worth more than $60,000, then left their four-year-old son behind during the getaway.
A 16-year-old West Philadelphia girl is accused of leaving her six-month-old baby in a bathtub full of water. The baby was found fully submerged and unresponsive.
Police in New Jersey have charged 36-year-old Andrea Arkin with reckless endangerment and child abuse after her three-year-old son was found soaking wet, wandering the neighborhood.
A Bensalem woman is free on $25,000 bail after she was accused of endangering her pre-teen son by allegedly doing nothing while her boyfriend was beating him in a bedroom in their home last year.