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Canada Mississauga mom charged for leaving baby in locked car for 90 minutes

07:31  12 june  2018
07:31  12 june  2018 Source:   thestar.com

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A Mississauga mother is facing criminal charges after police say her child was left locked in a parked car for about 90 minutes . The incident occurred just before 1 p.m. on Sunday, June 10

Heather DeStein. It’s one of the perennial mom arguments: Should you leave your kid in the car alone for a few minutes ? What if the vehicle is locked ? He was wearing tactical pants and a long-sleeved polo. “You know there’s a baby in there, right?” he said.


A Mississauga mother is facing criminal charges after police say her child was left locked in a parked car for about 90 minutes.

The incident occurred just before 1 p.m. on Sunday, June 10, when Halton police responded to a 911 call in what appeared to be an infant locked in a parked car at Trafalgar Ridge Plaza in Oakville, at Trafalgar Road and Hays Boulevard in Oakville.

“It was quickly determined that the child’s mother had been shopping in a nearby store for approximately 90 minutes,” Halton police said in a statement.© Provided by Toronto Star “It was quickly determined that the child’s mother had been shopping in a nearby store for approximately 90 minutes,” Halton police said in a statement.

“It was quickly determined that the child’s mother had been shopping in a nearby store for approximately 90 minutes,” police said in a statement.

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At the time, Jensen was arrested by cops who said the mom left her toddler sons in the car with the heat running for 90 minutes while she got into a friend's truck. Well, fast forward to today, and Jensen is in court on charges of child abuse and criminally negligent homicide.

Halton paramedics were contacted to assess the 11-month-old infant, and later cleared the baby of any physical harm.

Thuy Thanh Tam Nguyen, 29, has been charged with abandoning a child and failing to provide the necessaries of life.

She will return to Milton court in July.

Anyone with additional information can call police at 905-465-8965.

The Canada Safety Council warns drivers to look twice before locking and always keep cars locked to prevent children from climbing in and becoming trapped.

“It may come as a surprise that more than half of the children left in hot cars were trapped there unintentionally, forgotten in a moment of absent-mindedness, or trapped after playing unsupervised in an unlocked vehicle,” the hot car warning reads.

The safety agency also suggests placing your cellphone, purse or wallet in the back seat, “a strategy that requires you to turn around and check the back seat whenever you leave the vehicle.”

With files from the Hamilton Spectator

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