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Father Arrested After Baby Left in Car

Friday, 29 Nov 2013 09:03 PM

 

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A father faces felony child neglect charges after a Florida Highway Patrol trooper spotted a baby left alone in a car outside a Best Buy store.
 
The incident happened about 5:30 p.m. Thanksgiving near Orlando.
 
Trooper Edy Rivera saw the infant in a car seat inside a locked car. He went into the store, looking for the vehicle's owner.
 
When no one came forward, he broke the vehicle's window and got the baby boy out.
 
A short time later, officials say 34-year-old Haider Darwash returned to the vehicle. He told troopers he thought his wife had the baby. She was located standing in line at another business in the shopping center.
 
The child was not harmed.
 
Darwash was booked into jail. An attorney was not listed on jail records.

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