When I was a little kid, I thought cars were the coolest thing in the world, and if the toy industry gives us any indication, I wasn't alone. Hot wheels! Remote-control cars!
Martin Curran rushed to the parking lot of the Walmart on Milan Road in Perkins Township on Saturday and was told the two children were in their car seats in the back seat of the vehicle in the stifling heat. Curran used his baton to smash out a window and unlock the door. The girls were then lifted from the car seats and placed in Sgt.
They came out about 20 minutes later to find firefighters had smashed a window to extricate the boy, as if the car had been on fire. Then, despite the fact the kid was fine, they rushed him to the hospital in an ambulance mom went with him and threw the dad in jail. Dad was released later that same day.
But he climbed into a car early Tuesday morning along with a 5-year-old girl and 3-year-old boy and drove down St. Paul streets and onto high-speed highways, then headed north before the State Patrol caught up with him. Tiffani Nielson.
The boy was hit by a westbound Toyota sedan as he was heading south from Panorama Avenue. Just before p. Two other little boys had gone ahead of him on their bikes but he didn't make it to the median on his scooter.
His grandmother, Rhonda Pasek, 50, who was in the front passenger seat, had been granted custody of the boy only six weeks before she and year-old James Lee Acord were arrested September 7 in East Liverpool. No jobs. My sister has fought for two years straight to get this child. I talked to Rhonda by phone the day she got arrested and she seemed fine.