A video posted on Facebook showed an infant child crawling on a city street all alone. The alarming video drew the attention of authorities in Utica, New York who took action to find the mother and the child.
The Utica Police were made aware of the <a href="https://www.facebook.com/jj.cosme.3/videos/1706365492760539/">video showing an infant crawling across Bleecker Street</a> Friday night. The mother has been identified as 27-year-old Ledrika E. Ford of Utica and she has been charged with Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
The officers who investigated Ford say she told them the child was secured in the back of a vehicle when they left a location on Bleecker Street but when she looked back at the seat after driving away the baby was nowhere to be found.
Ford told investigators she immediately went back to Pellettieri and Bleecker street and found her child unharmed. The mishap, however short-lived, was enough to get all four of her children taken away from her.
The baby was taken to an area hospital and evaluated. Child Protective Services was also notified of the incident and have taken custody of the infant.
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"Mom" probably got rid of it so she can smoke crack in peace. Should of let the thing die instead of raise so it too can become a crack mom.
I saw a baby crawl across 6 out of 8 lanes of packed traffic in China. Cars and trucks just blew their horn and swerved around it as two women on opposite sides of the road watched to see if the little one would make it. It was my 1st glimpse into the lack of value that the Chinese have for a life. In almost any other country people would have risked their safety to rescue a child. In China they just go around and blast the horn.
There was a 50/50 chance it was a girl and their own parents will sell their girls to hotels to serve the hotels clientele. Mom was probably thinking 50 yuan when she hits 13 but it will take more than 50 yuan to feed her. So they let her play real life frogger in the meantime.