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Author Topic: So .. you can't do that?  (Read 4202 times)


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So .. you can't do that?
« on: November 02, 2006, 02:48:46 PM »
I have a 4 month old, and have frequently thought this was OK. 

Guess not.  .. Not even in Florida, though?   ::)

JACKSONVILLE, Florida (AP) -- A woman accused of duct-taping her two children together and leaving them home alone has been charged with child abuse, the sheriff's office said.

Agla Nadia Vincent, 25, was arrested Monday following a seven-month investigation into whether she left her two boys, then aged 2 and 3, taped to each other while she went to work, said Lt. Annie Smith of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Vincent was a four-year naval officer at the time and worked at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station. She completed her service and was discharged in August, naval base spokesman Rick Cruz said.

In March, a witness heard the children crying and called the police. When military police arrived, they found the children taped in a bedroom with feces and cereal scattered on play mats on the floor, investigators said.

The children were taken into custody by the Florida Department of Children & Families and Vincent was free pending an investigation.

An officer who arrested Vincent said she denied leaving the children home alone all day.

Vincent was being held Tuesday on a $5,000 bond, the Florida Times-Union reported for Wednesday's editions. It was not clear whether she had an attorney.


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Re: So .. you can't do that?
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2006, 10:47:18 AM »
Pitiful.  People can be stunningly stupid at times.  And this women was as Naval Officer?  You wouldn't even treat subordinate sailors like that.

I hope the kids don't get lost in the Florida foster care system.  One tradgedy is enough.