Post By RelatedRelated Post
Parents Myia Cole and Clyde Jackson called the police Saturday night and reported that their child was missing. Both parents were extremely intoxicated by the time that the police had arrived and had no idea where their child could be. The couple told the Tulsa police that they had left the child with a relative or a friend but could not seem to remember where. After a 3 hour search the police found the child strapped into the car seat, faced down in the middle of the road.
Since the parents were too drunk to know what was going on, public information officer for the Tulsa Police, Jason Willingham, did not have much information on how the child ended up in the street. ‘We don’t know how long the child had been there but he was treated for dehydration and [heat] exposure and placed in protective custody,’ said Willigham, who also suggests that the child could have been left on top of the car and had fallen off in transit. All the same, Cole, who has several arrest warrants for drug paraphernalia, controlled substances, and a series of other offenses, is being held on a $25,000 bond and one count of felony child endangerment.
Powered by Facebook Comments