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A 17 year old mother (to use the term lightly) was detained at a Wal Mart in Ohio on suspicion of shop lifting.  She gave authorities two different false names and two different birth dates.  She was cuffed behind her back and when she slipped away and fled WITHOUT her 8 week old baby!

She was attempting to steal $59 worth of children’s clothing.  She has now turned herself in; after a family meeting.  She is being detained for probation violation.  Charges of child abandonment and shop lifting are to be added.

I read two articles and one said the baby has been released to family – the other said authorities were trying to determine if family could take custody of the child.

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  1. I hope the baby is safe… wherever it is placed. There are places around my hometown where people can go get clothes for their children for free. Christian Help is a big provider of needs. We also have a Goodwill that sells donations and uses the proceeds to help needy families. Are there no services available to this girl?

  2. I dunno….call me silly, but I think that a family who couldn’t teach the 17-year old not to just walk off and leave her baby, probably wouldn’t be responsible enough to take care of that baby either. But that’s just me…… 🙄

  3. I hope the baby is safe… wherever it is placed. There are places around my hometown where people can go get clothes for their children for free. Christian Help is a big provider of needs. We also have a Goodwill that sells donations and uses the proceeds to help needy families. Are there no services available to this girl?

  4. I dunno….call me silly, but I think that a family who couldn’t teach the 17-year old not to just walk off and leave her baby, probably wouldn’t be responsible enough to take care of that baby either. But that’s just me…… 🙄

  5. That’s not always true. I grew up with good parents. Not perfect parents, but good parents. My sister (who is an incredible adult and awesome mother) was a brat in her teen years. She got picked up twice for shoplifting. And, she admits she didn’t need anything, she simply wanted to see if she could get away with it. My parents were late for my college graduation party because they were detained because of one shopping lifting charge against my sister. I’ve seen so many examples of kids who come from decent, loving homes who get caught up in drugs, bad crowds, etc. So hopefully, the family is decent and the kid is a screwup who can turn it around… just like my sis.

  6. That’s not always true. I grew up with good parents. Not perfect parents, but good parents. My sister (who is an incredible adult and awesome mother) was a brat in her teen years. She got picked up twice for shoplifting. And, she admits she didn’t need anything, she simply wanted to see if she could get away with it. My parents were late for my college graduation party because they were detained because of one shopping lifting charge against my sister. I’ve seen so many examples of kids who come from decent, loving homes who get caught up in drugs, bad crowds, etc. So hopefully, the family is decent and the kid is a screwup who can turn it around… just like my sis.

  7. We can only hope…..

  8. We can only hope…..

  9. 17 years old? SHUT YO MOUFS about this guurl — at 2 months post partum, dricven to shop-lift at WalMart, we’re ** lucky*we’re not reading about REAL abuse, like beating or starving!!! For F#cks sake, she’s a child who just had a baby & she freaked == she was buying BABY CLOTHES,
    you cornhol-eos, not drugs!

    1. I am going to respond in a Q&A type format (even though most of the Q parts are not actually questions) in order to not confuse any of the issues brought up by The Tits.

      1. “17 years old? SHUT YO MOUFS about this guurl”

      If she’s old enough to spread her legs, she’s old enough to either do what’s necessary to become a good mother, or be responsible enough to give the baby to someone who will. Oh, and please spell correctly – that phoenetic, or text, or ghetto spelling (or whatever that is), makes you look less than intelligent.

      2. “at 2 months post partum, dricven to shop-lift at WalMart,”

      I doubt she was ‘driven to shoplift’. More likely, it was a thrillseeking thing on her part – although I will give her credit for stealing stuff for her baby instead of herself.

      3. “we’re ** lucky*we’re not reading about REAL abuse, like beating or starving!!!”

      You don’t consider abandonment to be ‘real abuse’? What planet do YOU live on?

      4. “For F#cks sake, she’s a child who just had a baby & she freaked”

      Again, when she decided she was old enough to have sex with her boyfriend, she made the decision that she was an adult. She can’t have it both ways. If she’s gonna play with fire, she should, at the very least, figure out how to deal with the consequences of getting burned. Immature, maybe…a child, not in my book.

      5. “she was buying BABY CLOTHES,
      you cornhol-eos, not drugs!”

      She wasn’t BUYING anything….she was trying to STEAL it. If she had been BUYING it, she wouldn’t have gotten herself arrested and abandoned her kid.

      Take that bleeding-heart crap to a different website. She’s an irresponsible brat who cared more about herself than her baby. Give her some supervision, and some parenting classes – but DO NOT try and excuse her behavior. That is an insult to all of the other women who have had babies at 17 years old (or younger), and managed to shoulder the responsibility and stay out of jail, not abandon their kids, and raise them to be productive adults. 🙄

    2. In 1994, I turned 17 in March, graduated from high school in June, had my son in November, and started college in January of 1995. This entire time, except for FOUR weeks after I had my baby I was working. As was my ex. No excuse for this piece of crap, especially since she took off and left what should be her reason for living behind. Fuck her and her family. They obviously did a horrible job with her, so why not give this precious baby a chance? Give it a chance at a good life with parents who’ll put her(him?) first, like any real parent would.

  10. 17 years old? SHUT YO MOUFS about this guurl — at 2 months post partum, dricven to shop-lift at WalMart, we’re ** lucky*we’re not reading about REAL abuse, like beating or starving!!! For F#cks sake, she’s a child who just had a baby & she freaked == she was buying BABY CLOTHES,
    you cornhol-eos, not drugs!

    1. I am going to respond in a Q&A type format (even though most of the Q parts are not actually questions) in order to not confuse any of the issues brought up by The Tits.

      1. “17 years old? SHUT YO MOUFS about this guurl”

      If she’s old enough to spread her legs, she’s old enough to either do what’s necessary to become a good mother, or be responsible enough to give the baby to someone who will. Oh, and please spell correctly – that phoenetic, or text, or ghetto spelling (or whatever that is), makes you look less than intelligent.

      2. “at 2 months post partum, dricven to shop-lift at WalMart,”

      I doubt she was ‘driven to shoplift’. More likely, it was a thrillseeking thing on her part – although I will give her credit for stealing stuff for her baby instead of herself.

      3. “we’re ** lucky*we’re not reading about REAL abuse, like beating or starving!!!”

      You don’t consider abandonment to be ‘real abuse’? What planet do YOU live on?

      4. “For F#cks sake, she’s a child who just had a baby & she freaked”

      Again, when she decided she was old enough to have sex with her boyfriend, she made the decision that she was an adult. She can’t have it both ways. If she’s gonna play with fire, she should, at the very least, figure out how to deal with the consequences of getting burned. Immature, maybe…a child, not in my book.

      5. “she was buying BABY CLOTHES,
      you cornhol-eos, not drugs!”

      She wasn’t BUYING anything….she was trying to STEAL it. If she had been BUYING it, she wouldn’t have gotten herself arrested and abandoned her kid.

      Take that bleeding-heart crap to a different website. She’s an irresponsible brat who cared more about herself than her baby. Give her some supervision, and some parenting classes – but DO NOT try and excuse her behavior. That is an insult to all of the other women who have had babies at 17 years old (or younger), and managed to shoulder the responsibility and stay out of jail, not abandon their kids, and raise them to be productive adults. 🙄

    2. In 1994, I turned 17 in March, graduated from high school in June, had my son in November, and started college in January of 1995. This entire time, except for FOUR weeks after I had my baby I was working. As was my ex. No excuse for this piece of crap, especially since she took off and left what should be her reason for living behind. Fuck her and her family. They obviously did a horrible job with her, so why not give this precious baby a chance? Give it a chance at a good life with parents who’ll put her(him?) first, like any real parent would.

  11. *Mercy*For*The*Broken*

    Its hard to know what to do at the age of 17. I had my first at 19 and still had no clue what I was doing. Perhaps she just made a horrible mistake and got really scared, didn’t know what to do and ran. Now that does not make it right but she is still learning. Yes there are resources out there but its not always the case that everyone knows about them or has access to them. Sometimes its just hard to know what to do. Hopefully this girl can get the help she needs. The guidance to help her successfully raise her child. Would rather see a girl shoplift her child clothes then leave them to freeze. Mistakes do happen and hopefully she has a good family to help her out. Its sad to see things like this but it opens our eyes to see that there is a need to help those who cannot always help themselves. As for leaving the baby, it was a horrible thing to do and there is no excuse for what she did but my guess is she let fear get the best of her in the heat of the moment and made a terrible mistake. Not everyone is perfect. Hope she sees the light of her actions and makes a turn around for the better.

  12. *Mercy*For*The*Broken*

    Its hard to know what to do at the age of 17. I had my first at 19 and still had no clue what I was doing. Perhaps she just made a horrible mistake and got really scared, didn’t know what to do and ran. Now that does not make it right but she is still learning. Yes there are resources out there but its not always the case that everyone knows about them or has access to them. Sometimes its just hard to know what to do. Hopefully this girl can get the help she needs. The guidance to help her successfully raise her child. Would rather see a girl shoplift her child clothes then leave them to freeze. Mistakes do happen and hopefully she has a good family to help her out. Its sad to see things like this but it opens our eyes to see that there is a need to help those who cannot always help themselves. As for leaving the baby, it was a horrible thing to do and there is no excuse for what she did but my guess is she let fear get the best of her in the heat of the moment and made a terrible mistake. Not everyone is perfect. Hope she sees the light of her actions and makes a turn around for the better.

  13. I agree with you on almost every point Angel… except 1- she was old enough to ‘spread her legs’ she was old enough to know how to be a good mother. I’ve always taken the viewpoint of sex does not always equal children. Sex is not just a baby making process, and many children (like this 17 year old) do not equate the two. There are some FABULOUS teen mothers out there, and more power to them, and there are some not so fabulous teen mothers out there who are just children and make childish mistakes. I don’t think this one act makes her a bad mother, necessarily. It was not done with malice (that we know of) it just makes her an irresponsible child. I’m sure she was spooked when the police came, and made an irrational fight or flight decision. She is, afterall, a child. We are the adults. And I think we should remember this before calling her nasty names and making unsubstantiated claims against her. I also saw that you didn’t agree she was a child, but I guarentee you if that were your child, and she was molested… you would charge the perp with child molestation. Any one who cannot bear arms, drink and can barely drive is in fact a child. And I’m not the only person who believes that, the law concurs as well. That is all, lol.

  14. I agree with you on almost every point Angel… except 1- she was old enough to ‘spread her legs’ she was old enough to know how to be a good mother. I’ve always taken the viewpoint of sex does not always equal children. Sex is not just a baby making process, and many children (like this 17 year old) do not equate the two. There are some FABULOUS teen mothers out there, and more power to them, and there are some not so fabulous teen mothers out there who are just children and make childish mistakes. I don’t think this one act makes her a bad mother, necessarily. It was not done with malice (that we know of) it just makes her an irresponsible child. I’m sure she was spooked when the police came, and made an irrational fight or flight decision. She is, afterall, a child. We are the adults. And I think we should remember this before calling her nasty names and making unsubstantiated claims against her. I also saw that you didn’t agree she was a child, but I guarentee you if that were your child, and she was molested… you would charge the perp with child molestation. Any one who cannot bear arms, drink and can barely drive is in fact a child. And I’m not the only person who believes that, the law concurs as well. That is all, lol.

  15. You would have preferred her to get into a high speed chase with her baby improperly restrained in the car?

    1. No….I would have preferred that she not take her baby along while she engaged in criminal activity.

      1. 8 weeks old is way too young to leave with a sitter 😆

        1. So, if she decided to go to a crack house, she should take her baby with her there, too? And risk the baby inhaling those fumes? Flawed logic….

          If the baby has been released to family (or even if they are trying to get custody), that means they want the child. I bet if the girl had asked grandma to watch the kid for a few minutes, she would have been glad to. As for eight weeks being too young for a sitter….it sure as h*ll beats the alternative – which was removal of custody. Now the baby is with someone other than it’s mother on a daily basis. And that’s better – how? 🙄

  16. You would have preferred her to get into a high speed chase with her baby improperly restrained in the car?

    1. No….I would have preferred that she not take her baby along while she engaged in criminal activity.

      1. 8 weeks old is way too young to leave with a sitter 😆

        1. So, if she decided to go to a crack house, she should take her baby with her there, too? And risk the baby inhaling those fumes? Flawed logic….

          If the baby has been released to family (or even if they are trying to get custody), that means they want the child. I bet if the girl had asked grandma to watch the kid for a few minutes, she would have been glad to. As for eight weeks being too young for a sitter….it sure as h*ll beats the alternative – which was removal of custody. Now the baby is with someone other than it’s mother on a daily basis. And that’s better – how? 🙄

  17. Some of yall got it all wrong, the only reason she left her baby at Wal-mart is because her *MOTHER* told her to run because she had a warrent for her arrest. Her mother said she would come get the BABY and never DiD. this still does’nt give her a reason to leave her child, but Her mother should have told her, “Stay there and I’ll come get the baby”. But personally i think the girl should have called the father ( who is very much in the childs life)of the baby and had him come get her!

  18. Some of yall got it all wrong, the only reason she left her baby at Wal-mart is because her *MOTHER* told her to run because she had a warrent for her arrest. Her mother said she would come get the BABY and never DiD. this still does’nt give her a reason to leave her child, but Her mother should have told her, “Stay there and I’ll come get the baby”. But personally i think the girl should have called the father ( who is very much in the childs life)of the baby and had him come get her!

  19. So her mother was there with her when she was stealing? I’m confused… Or she was on the phone with her mother while she was shoplifting? Either way – she was shoplifting… While she had an outstanding warrant… And you are trying to convince us that she is a good person??? Help me out here.

  20. So her mother was there with her when she was stealing? I’m confused… Or she was on the phone with her mother while she was shoplifting? Either way – she was shoplifting… While she had an outstanding warrant… And you are trying to convince us that she is a good person??? Help me out here.

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