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An Indiana woman has been arrested on child neglect charges, accused of locking her 5-year-old son inside a running washing machine.
The doctors found that the boy, sliding in and out of consciousness when he arrived at a hospital in the wet, back to his father on Dec. 16, when the incident took place on Fox 59 in Indianapolis reported, citing court documents.
The doctors also said the boy had sustained bruises and scratches on his upper body, the station reported.
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Mugshot for Once, Oliver, 30.
(The Madison County Sheriff’s Office )
Following an investigation by the police, and the boy’s mother, Heather, Oliver, 30, of Elwood, was charged Dec. 19, with child neglect resulting in bodily injury, according to the Indianapolis Star.
She was released the next day, and even more.
According to the court documents, the boy’s father told police Oliver, and called him to say their son was stuck in the washing machine while it was running, and the Fox 59 reported.
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The man told police Oliver was a friend of mine.
Court documents say Oliver told the police that the boy had locked himself in a washing machine, the station reported.
According to the station, she could hear the running of the kitchen, and I thought that it was odd.
The court documents say that when she went to check, she saw that the washing machine is filling with water, and looked at her son and pulled him out of the station, he said.
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The police said that they have talked to the machine from the manufacturer Lucky Goldstar, which is in dispute in Oliver ‘ s interpretation of what happened, per Fox 59.