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Baby rescued from hot car while mom shopped at Walmart

An Indiana mother is facing charges after police say she left her four-month-old baby in a hot car for more than two hours.
People in the parking lot were panicking about an infant left in a car.
She told officers her teen daughter must have put the baby in the car without her knowing.
McGuire said he could hear the baby crying and said he realized the baby was in trouble.
The officer took just a few minutes to decide the infant was in distress and decided to get the baby out of the car.

Baby rescued from hot car while mom shopped at Walmart, police say

as mentioned in Police say she left her 4-month-old in a vehicle parked outside Walmart for more than two hoursReport: Mom ‘didn’t seem remorseful’ after leaving infant in hot car for 2 hoursAn Indiana woman is facing charges after police say she left her 4-month-old in a vehicle parked outside Walmart for more than two hours.
AdvertisementWFIE reports the infant was sweating and crying when officers arrived on scene in Evansville.
When the baby’s mother, 35-year-old Kelly Decorrevont, arrived, police said she “didn’t seem very remorseful,” and that she tried to blame the situation on her teenage daughter.
The infant was put in the care of Child Protective Services.
While officers arrested Decorrevont, they found a burnt cigarette in her purse that tested positive for marijuana.

Indiana police break into hot car to save baby

as mentioned in Police in southwest Indiana broke through a car window Monday afternoon to rescue an infant locked in a hot car for more than two-and-a-half hours.The vehicle was parked outside a Walmart in Evansville, Ind.
When officers got into the car, they removed the boy, who was still in his car seat.
Officer C. Nutt informed Decorrevont that we were there due to her infant, later identified as Vincent Decorrevont, being left unattended inside of a locked, hot vehicle.
They said the baby was sweating profusely, WEHT reports His mother, Kelly Decorrevont, was arrested when she finally came out of the store.
“Decorrevont stated to me, Officer R. Smith, that she did not realize that her son was even in the vehicle.

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