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A Pennsylvania mother was arrested on Monday after allegedly returning to her 1-month-old baby and a driver to walk away, and the abandonment of the child, according to a new report.
The police said the woman reportedly was on a bus in the village of Bethlehem, on Saturday and handed the baby to the driver, and walk away with it, WPVI-TV reported.
The mother, who, like Ashley Walters, of Whitehall, was arrested and charged with a felony count of child endangering, the station reported.
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Walters, 26, is said to have boarded the bus, and then she put her son on the farebox. According to the prosecution, ” Walters said to the driver, “call the police, and that it was her son that she can’t take care of,” WPVI reported.
After exiting the bus, she reportedly walked off in tears.
The police found later, Walters and a couple of hundred metres away, according to the news outlet.
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As a parent of a new born baby in the care of a hospital or clinic, with a staff of the police force, without criminal liability may be imposed, as long as the baby is no older than 28 days, and will not cause any damage to the Safe Haven of Pennsylvania, or the new Law on Protection of personal data.