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Gorgeous! So nice to hear you're doing so well Danielle. I doubt you remember me, but we used to ride the bus together back in middle school =)
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A two year old should NEVER be outside, even in the car, unaccompanied by an adult. And an older child doesn't count as adequete supervision either, especially when there's an infant in the car as well.
Very VERY glad to hear no one was hurt. However, I would think the mother's number one priority would be realizing the mistake of leaving children unattended, even if only for a moment, rather than teaching her child the difference between toys and cars.
When I was sixteen, I rear-ended a city worker on North Navarro. The accident was completely my fault, and the man I hit had problems at work because of the accident (he was driving a city vehicle), and yet I didn't receive a ticket either. At the time, I felt I had gotten lucky, but now that I'm older, I realize I should have been ticketed. I may have taken the incident more seriously. I understand that ticketing the driver at fault just worsens an already bad situation, but perhaps an expensive ticket would be an eye-opener for those who continue to drive recklessly, like my sixteen-year-old-self =)
How IGNORANT can people be? She put all four of her children in serious danger. I think she should have gotten more than just a ticket for not using proper child safety restraints. This is child endangerment, plain and simple. What's the matter with this woman?! Thank God no one was seriously injured and that airbag in the front seat didn't go off. I think parenting and driving lessons would benefit this woman ENORMOUSLY.
Congratulations Laci! You look gorgeous! <3
Aprill makes me laugh when the rest of the newspaper makes me cry. There's enough ugliness in the world tstorm22001 and victoriaparent06 without you adding your rude opionions to the mix. Nothing better to do?
This seems like a good idea in theory. Will be interesting to see how it pans out...
The fact that police can just come into your home because someone reported a smell scares the bejeezus out of me...
I apologize Leslie. I mis-read the agency who investigated the case. As for jumping on the one small detail I was wrong about, Visdmom's just bitter because of an earlier post where she ended up appearing less than intelligent ;-)
As for the article, I still believe that ALL law enforcement, especially in Victoria County, tend to jump to conclusions when it comes to marijuana. Whether true or not, it's been said the car the women were in didn't even belong to them. Cars that have marijuana smoked in them consistently will always have a lingering scent. The smell could have been from the owners of the car or another source altogether. It's unfair to publicly crucify these women for smoking pot with a baby in the car without any solid proof.