An Ohio woman was arrested for shoplifting after her 1-year-old, who she’d left in the bathroom unattended, escaped as she tried to steal from a Dollar General.
An Ohio woman was arrested for shoplifting after her 1-year-old, who she’d left in the bathroom unattended, escaped as she tried to steal from a Dollar General. Alliance police
An Ohio woman was arrested for shoplifting after her 1-year-old, who she’d left in the bathroom unattended, escaped as she tried to steal from a Dollar General. Alliance police

Mom almost got away with shoplifting. Then her naked 1-year-old got loose, police say

December 07, 2017 04:58 PM

UPDATED December 07, 2017 05:08 PM

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