Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Mom could get neglect charge off record
A mom accused of leaving her baby in a hotel room while she went to a local bar could see her charges removed from her record. 30-year-old Tina Strange made a plea agreement deal to charges of attempted child neglect. This would allow Strange to have her record expunged if she serves out the terms of her sentence in a satisfactory manner. She was given an 11 month 29 day suspended jail sentence but she must spend that time on probation. Strange must also take 8 hours of parenting classes. Strange was arrested after employees found the infant alone in a room at the Doubletree Hotel and called police. She told police she had been searching for something to eat after finding the hotel restaurant closed and was directed by an employee there to the Electric Cowboy. Strange and her husband did regain custody of their child the day after the incident. (CC)

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