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06-24-12, 01:01 PM #1
32 pound 10 year old girl found locked in closet
32-pound, 10-year-old found locked in Mo. closet - Yahoo! News
Officers ultimately made their way into the apartment, where they found a portable crib pushed up against a bedroom closet, which was tied closed. The officers asked if anyone was inside, and a child's voice answered "yes," the probable cause statement said.
The girl told officers that her mother took her sisters out to breakfast, but she didn't go because "she messes herself."
The girl was transported to a Children's Mercy Hospital, where she was diagnosed with multiple skin injuries. Hospital staff said she had gained just 6 pounds since she last was at the hospital six years earlier.
The girl told detectives who interviewed her at the hospital that her mother puts her in the closet "a lot," that she doesn't get to eat every day and that she "does not want to go back home anymore." The girl also said she gets in trouble "because she keeps peeing on herself" and her mother will "punch her on her back real hard," according to the probable cause statement.
The mother was arrested later Friday and the two younger children were placed in protective custody. The mother told police she doesn't let the 10-year-old leave the house because she knows the girl is malnourished and would "get in trouble if someone saw her."
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06-24-12, 02:31 PM #2The Reason People Hate Cops & Causer of WarSupporting Member Lvl 2
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Nah... put her in a closet and hardly feed her for years... Beating her as badly as she deserves would be over way too quick.Voting against incumbents until we get a Congress that does its job.
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