BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) — The Northampton County district attorney says he will recommend dismissal of charges against a woman authorities said handed her 1-month-old baby to a bus driver and walked away in tears. DA John Morganelli said Wednesday that 26-year-old Ashley Walters “clearly has some mental health issues.”

He said she had displayed combative and erratic behavior and would be involuntarily committed for treatment.

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Walters was charged with child endangerment after authorities said she boarded a bus in Bethlehem, placed her son on the farebox and told the driver to call police because “this was her son that she can’t take care of.”

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Pennsylvania’s Safe Haven Law allows babies up to 28 days old to be left at a hospital or police station.

Morganelli said Walters’ baby was 32 days old.

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