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Atlanta Dan
08-30-2007, 02:14 PM
For a maternal equivalent of the level of irresponsibility demonstrated by Travis Henry, check this out:

Meet Holly Schnobrich. The Indiana woman's mind was clear enough to know she was in no state to get behind the wheel of her car Saturday. But her judgment was so clouded--likely by the painkillers and sleeping pills she had been ingesting--that she tabbed her five-year-old son to act as her designated driver. According to the below probable cause affidavit filed in Tippecanoe County Circuit Court, a neighbor watched as a 2002 Mitsubishi sped around the corner and "screeched to a stop in front of her home." At the wheel was the young boy and his passengers: his 24-year-old mother, who was in the front passenger seat, and his three-year-old brother. When her neighbor asked if the child had been driving, Schnobrich replied, "He's a good driver."


08-30-2007, 03:23 PM
We just got a good laugh out of that here at the dorm.

My roommates comment:
"If the three old had been working the pedals the mother probably could have justified it a little better."

08-31-2007, 09:53 AM
Father of the Year?....

Dad leaves toddler in car during stop at porn shop
Monday, August 27, 2007
The Associated Press

TRIADELPHIA, W.Va. -- A Pennsylvania man was accused of leaving his young son in a locked car while he shopped at a porn shop.

Deputy Tim Gessler of the Ohio County Sheriff's Department said the car window was open just enough for him to unlock the door and free the toddler, who was taken by ambulance to Wheeling Hospital for potential heat exhaustion on Saturday. The boy was later released in good condition.

The sheriff's department said the boy's father, Richard Shultz, 23, of Houston, Washington County, Pa., admitted to leaving his son unattended while he shopped for movies at Fritz the Cat Adult Theatre and Porn Shop.

Another patron saw the toddler inside the car and alerted authorities. Mr. Shultz faces a felony count of gross child neglect for creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury or death to a child.

Mr. Shultz was released from the Northern Regional Jail on a $50,000 bond, under the condition he have no contact with the child, who is in the custody of his mother.