Missing SC infant found safe in Summerville

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NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. - Police in South Carolina have found a 1-month-old boy who was taken from a vehicle in North Charleston earlier this week.

A statement by North Charleston police spokesman Spencer Pryor said Angel Miguel Perez was found safe at a home in Summerville about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday.

Pryor says a 19-year-old woman has been arrested and charged with kidnapping. Her name was not released.

Pryor says officers from North Charleston and Summerville went to the home after getting a tip. He says the boy was taken to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston for an evaluation and was reunited with his parents.

A police dispatcher referred questions to Pryor, who did not immediately return a phone message seeking additional information. Police planned a news conference late Wednesday morning.

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GETACLUE
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GETACLUE 11/25/09 - 07:25 am
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What about charges against

What about charges against the IDIOT Mom for leaving a one month old child in the car while she went inside the post office. I'm glad the child is alright but is he safer now with the parents?

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wise 11/25/09 - 07:37 am
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Thank God the child is safe.

Thank God the child is safe. I too wonder why the mother hasn't been charged.

Dragoness
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Dragoness 11/25/09 - 07:39 am
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I think the mother has

I think the mother has probably learned a valuable lesson - attach her child to her with a rope and NEVER leave a child in a car alone even if it is only for a second. Hopefully, she won't be that stupid again.

Nativeson1
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Nativeson1 11/25/09 - 08:14 am
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You people crack me up...

You people crack me up...

egan01
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egan01 11/25/09 - 08:17 am
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Get a life, why should the

Get a life, why should the moher be charged. Lock the idiot who took the baby in a cell, and throw the key away. Problem solved.

blm1962
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blm1962 11/25/09 - 08:47 am
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Praise the Lord this child

Praise the Lord this child was found.

Rolling Eyes
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Rolling Eyes 11/25/09 - 09:15 am
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Nativeson, you can't blame

Nativeson, you can't blame the people on here for doing THAT!

tired of the crap
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tired of the crap 11/25/09 - 09:46 am
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these days both of them

these days both of them should be charged. period.

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crtaylor211 11/25/09 - 09:55 am
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egan...the mother should be

egan...the mother should be charge b/c she left the baby ALONE in the car with it running, while it was unlocked....a little thing we like to call child endangerment.

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Dixieman 11/25/09 - 10:38 am
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The only way Mom could have

The only way Mom could have done right was to LOCK THE DOORS of the car if she was going to leave baby inside.

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FallingLeaves 11/25/09 - 04:03 pm
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GETACLUE, I agree with you.

GETACLUE, I agree with you. You don't leave a baby in the car EVER in this type of situation, just one reason being, what happened to this baby could happen to any another. There are many other reasons. I don't understand why the mother whose baby died because of a mix-up, she thought her care-giver had brought her baby in and put the baby down for a nap while the mother was bringing her other daughter in while taking a call, was charged when the baby died from the heat, and this mother, who left the baby in the car PURPOSELY, is not. One mother is in jail because of a tragic mistake another that purposely leaves her baby vulnerable and defenseless in the car isn't even charged. Discretion certainly is an arbitrary thing, isn't it? I wonder what made the difference?

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corgimom 11/25/09 - 04:50 pm
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What could you possibly buy

What could you possibly buy or mail or retrieve at the post office that is worth risking a baby's life for? And Dixieman, anybody can break a car window. That doesn't make a baby safe.

FallingLeaves
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FallingLeaves 11/26/09 - 01:08 am
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You're right on both those

You're right on both those points corgimom. Happy Thanksgiving.

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