Kailyn Pollard, 29. Reports say that she her child in a car for hours under the Florida sun, and now that the toddler died, Pollard is facing manslaughter charges.
(Seminole County Sheriff’s Office)
The death of a 1-year-old girl left in a hot car in Florida has led to the arrest of the mother of the child on manslaughter charges.
The suspect, Kailyn Pollard, 29, would be the toddler, Kit, Noelle Pollard, to roast in a car in Sanford for the hours on Friday, according to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office. She reportedly did not know that Kit was there.
Pollard went to work from 9 am to 4 pm, with the baby in the car, WKMG-TV reported, citing the arrest report. Pollard normally drops Kit off at the day care, while she goes to work, but did not do so on Friday.
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Pollard still do not realize the Kit in the car after they left and went to a restaurant to eat, according to the station report.
The arrest reports says Pollard eventually became aware that the Kit in the car at 4:40 p.m. when they stopped to refuel, WKMG reported.
The high temperature in Sanford Friday was 96 degrees, the station reported.
Pollard is being held in lieu of a $20,000 bond.