SONORA — A Sonora lady was arrested Friday when deputies discovered her 8-yr-previous daughter wandering in the street alone.
Around 6 p.m., Tuolumne County Sheriff’s deputies have been referred to as to Blue Bell Street West following a report of a lost baby.
Once they arrived in the neighborhood, deputies discovered an unkempt 8-yr-previous woman who was a mile away from residence and had been walking within the street for around a half-hour, in line with the sheriff’s office.
The woman’s mom, 28-yr-previous Amy Locklin, was discovered at someone else’s house on Mountain Lilly Street. There Locklin informed deputies her daughter had been gone for around two hours and she or he could not discover the woman after looking for her. Nevertheless, the mother didn’t call 911.
The sheriff’s workplace additionally says Locklin did not know where her different baby was.
Deputies arrested Locklin and Youngster Welfare Providers took over care of her two youngsters.
Locklin was booked into the Tuolumne County Jail on suspicion of kid neglect and baby endangerment fees, in addition to two misdemeanor warrants.