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CPD: Couple arrested for leaving baby in car

Reminder: Hot Cars are deadly for children

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

On Monday evening, June 13, 2022, the Columbia Police Department responded to Tractor Supply on Jamestown Street after a report of an infant left unattended in a vehicle.

Upon arrival, officers observed a female baby alone inside a vehicle. Male and female who had left the baby were inside Tractor Supply. Security camera footage showed the baby was left alone in vehicle for approximately seven minutes before officers arrived on scene.

David Weiand, 25, of Russell Springs and Victoria Rogers, 20, also of Russell Springs, were both taken into custody and charged with wanton endangerment 1st degree. Social Services was notified, and the baby was placed in the care of relatives.

Sgt Evan Burton was the arresting Officer. He was assisted on scene by Officer Josh Durbin.

This story was posted on 2022-06-14 08:59:50
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