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Old 09-05-2007, 09:24 PM
 
Location: Sunny Florida
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Update III: WLWT-TV (Channel 5 in Cincinnati) has obtained a copy of the police report and it says that this wasn't the first time Brenda Slaby left her now dead 2 year-old in the car. (story link)

BATAVIA, Ohio -- A police report indicates that Brenda Nesselroad-Slaby left her 2-year-old daughter alone in a car on previous occasions prior to the girl's death.

News 5's Brian Hamrick said the Union Township police report on Cecelia Slaby's death said that Nesselroad-Slaby left the girl in a car on "numerous occasions", including at least once in the week prior to the girl's death.

Hamrick said that the report indicates that investigators talked to current and former workers and discovered that Nesselroad-Slaby left the girl in the car while she was at the Compass School in Mason.

Hamrick said that some of the reports were documented, while others were not.

Published by Nate Livingston nate@unitecincinnati.com at 2:51 PM
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Old 09-06-2007, 12:49 AM
 
Location: Happy in Utah
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Oh this is so sad. At the costco where i shop someone left there children 9yr and a 5 yr old in their car, windows opened and dvd player on, the manager called the police after making an anouncement on the PA. I thought that was great.
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Old 09-06-2007, 01:28 AM
 
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There is a father that left his kid in the car to go into a ***** house and someone on Nancy Grace said that he should only get probation because he is sorry.
To hell with that.
In NV it is a serious crime a class of felony with a 2 to 20 yr stint I think that they said.
He had custody over the mother. Don't know why never caught the whole program.

Sunny
Brenda slaby needs to go away......

It is sickening that this keeps happening in this country.
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Old 09-06-2007, 01:31 AM
 
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There was this guy in NV that kept leaving his son in his car to go into the casino or bar and get drunk. We all were trying to catch him. It was almost like someone had a police scanner because he would leave right before the police got there every time.
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Old 09-06-2007, 01:35 AM
 
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Oh this is so sad. At the costco where i shop someone left there children 9yr and a 5 yr old in their car, windows opened and dvd player on, the manager called the police after making an announcement on the PA. I thought that was great.
I call the police every time I see kids in the car like that. Animals too. It is to hot, not to menchan the fact that someone could take them.
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Old 09-06-2007, 07:33 AM
 
Location: Life here is not an Apollo Mission. Everyone calm down.
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I found this link with a break down of deaths by region; 2007 will surpass 2006. Click on the numbers on the map and you can read the details. Incredibly sad and beyond understanding. Seven children have died in hot cars in the last thirteen days. I'm going to make a point to glance in cars I park next to from now on.

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Old 09-06-2007, 05:51 PM
 
Location: Fla. .......Bow Chicka Wah Wah
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There is a father that left his kid in the car to go into a ***** house and someone on Nancy Grace said that he should only get probation because he is sorry.
To hell with that.
In NV it is a serious crime a class of felony with a 2 to 20 yr stint I think that they said.
He had custody over the mother. Don't know why never caught the whole program.

Sunny
Brenda slaby needs to go away......

It is sickening that this keeps happening in this country.


He left his child in the car while he went to a brothel!Left the air on, isn't that a good Dad?
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Old 09-06-2007, 09:35 PM
 
Location: N of citrus, S of decent corn
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Come on, people, this could happen to you! I'm talking about good, loving parents who get preoccupied and forget their children are in the car. This could easily happen when you have a routine which you deviate from. Can you imagine anything more horrible than having this happen to you? The mother does not need prison, she'll be in it for the rest of her life.
I really think this causes such strong reactions from people because they realize how close they may have come to experiencing the same horror themselves.
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Old 09-06-2007, 10:28 PM
 
Location: The mountians of Northern California.
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I think this case is a little different then some of the other recent cases. This mother left her child in the car during the winter and summer. Her older daughter's pre-school not only spoke to her, but placed a 'reminder' in their parent newsletter about not leaving kids in the car.

This woman, an educator no less, made the same bad decision over and over. If you are too damn busy to have kids, then don't have them. If you can't pick them up and bring them inside with you, don't take them anywhere. I know first hand about having small kids in the winter, its a huge pain the butt to get them in and out of the car when its freezing. I have a handicap child. When she was younger, I had to carry her, and my younger child. Its hard work, but thats what I signed on for when I had my kids.

This lady remembered to get the donuts out of her vehicle. When she bought the donuts, where was the baby? Did she leave her in the vehicle while in the donut shop? People are too wrapped up in themselves these days.
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Old 09-06-2007, 10:37 PM
 
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Spot on, Inthesierras. My mom had 6 of us, and we had to go wherever -- whether the post office, what have you, and behave in line.
No excuses.

They wouldn't leave a Rolex or Play$tation sitting there in the seat though, would they?

Not for a second!

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