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(CBS News)   Mom reports child missing. Search party of 50 called. Child was at school   (cbsnews.com) divider line 39
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2014-05-08 04:51:24 PM  
So they found the kid?

Good job, high fives
 
2014-05-08 05:18:42 PM  
The mother forgot that she drove her child to the daycare

Drugs were involved, you say?
 
FNG [TotalFark]
2014-05-08 05:23:45 PM  
Contestant for DOTY right there.
 
2014-05-08 05:49:50 PM  
They're always in the last place you look.
 
2014-05-08 06:11:22 PM  
If not for the good, solid work of law enforcement detectives, the child was found safe and sound. Good job, boys in blue.
 
2014-05-08 06:21:38 PM  

SundaesChild: They're always in the last place you look.


A foolish saying. I continue looking for things I have lost for several hours after I find them
 
2014-05-08 06:23:09 PM  
O DEAR GOD I CAN"T FIND MY KEYBOARD, WHERE DID IT ok nevermind, found it.
 
2014-05-08 07:05:19 PM  
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2014-05-08 07:06:17 PM  
Except that in this case, police ended up arresting Mulholland on drug-related charges, according to the station.
"She definitely has narcotics - either they're prescribed to her or not - in her system, from her own admission


Ah the old "You made us look stupid & wasted our time so we're going to arrest you no matter what" way of law enforcement.  Now I'm not saying that this woman is anywhere near mother of the year territory, but a quick 3-5 minute call to her doctor to see if she was supposed to be taking various drugs would seem like the way to go.  At least for those who believe in a 'justice' system rather than a 'fark you, because we can' system.

Too bad getting her some help never seem to enter their thought patterns once it was realized that the kid was found but instead switched over to a "well someone's got to pay" way of thinking.
 
2014-05-08 07:08:56 PM  
At school?

Well, nobody was going to look THERE.
 
2014-05-08 07:12:20 PM  
Well, given that the entire world is looking and can find neither a missing plane or 200 Nigerian schoolgirls.

50 people to find one 4 year old exactly where mom left him sounds about right.
 
2014-05-08 07:12:39 PM  

Recoil Therapy: Except that in this case, police ended up arresting Mulholland on drug-related charges, according to the station.
"She definitely has narcotics - either they're prescribed to her or not - in her system, from her own admission

Ah the old "You made us look stupid & wasted our time so we're going to arrest you no matter what" way of law enforcement.  Now I'm not saying that this woman is anywhere near mother of the year territory, but a quick 3-5 minute call to her doctor to see if she was supposed to be taking various drugs would seem like the way to go.  At least for those who believe in a 'justice' system rather than a 'fark you, because we can' system.

Too bad getting her some help never seem to enter their thought patterns once it was realized that the kid was found but instead switched over to a "well someone's got to pay" way of thinking.


Apt handle my friend, apt handle.
 
2014-05-08 07:17:16 PM  

Recoil Therapy: Except that in this case, police ended up arresting Mulholland on drug-related charges, according to the station.
"She definitely has narcotics - either they're prescribed to her or not - in her system, from her own admission

Ah the old "You made us look stupid & wasted our time so we're going to arrest you no matter what" way of law enforcement.  Now I'm not saying that this woman is anywhere near mother of the year territory, but a quick 3-5 minute call to her doctor to see if she was supposed to be taking various drugs would seem like the way to go.  At least for those who believe in a 'justice' system rather than a 'fark you, because we can' system.

Too bad getting her some help never seem to enter their thought patterns once it was realized that the kid was found but instead switched over to a "well someone's got to pay" way of thinking.


Or you know, they could just look at the prescription on her pill bottles.  You mean she didn't have those?
 
2014-05-08 07:17:31 PM  
Pennsylvania.  Pennsylvania.  Pennsylvania.  *clicks link*

Yeah, Pennsylvania.
 
2014-05-08 07:19:27 PM  
"She definitely has narcotics - either they're prescribed to her or not - in her system, from her own admission," Sgt. DeLallo said.

WTF is that supposed to mean?  It seems to me that they're saying that it's illegal to have prescribed drugs in your system.
 
2014-05-08 07:20:30 PM  
"I didn't realize it was Tuesday and I figured she was home with me, and (instead) she was at school, so I panicked as any other normal parent would," she said.
 
2014-05-08 07:20:52 PM  

ArkAngel: SundaesChild: They're always in the last place you look.

A foolish saying. I continue looking for things I have lost for several hours after I find them


Damn right.  If I found one, maybe there's more.  I'll never know if I don't look.
 
2014-05-08 07:21:31 PM  
What are the odds? Seriously. What are the odds an American kid is in school instead of trouble?

Don't blame Mom.

At that age they can be pretty frazzled ... after six years without sleep I mean.
 
2014-05-08 07:21:57 PM  

Delta1212: "I didn't realize it was Tuesday and I figured she was home with me, and (instead) she was at school, so I panicked as any other normal parent would," she said.


I love that. No, lady, a normal person would not have made that mistake. Your brain needs fixing.
 
2014-05-08 07:28:53 PM  

""Apparently, the mother is having some issues and she had her days confused," said Chief Robert Butelli, of the Brentwood Police Department."


The days all look the same, they all end in "Y".

 
2014-05-08 07:30:39 PM  

Phony_Soldier: Delta1212: "I didn't realize it was Tuesday and I figured she was home with me, and (instead) she was at school, so I panicked as any other normal parent would," she said.

I love that. No, lady, a normal person would not have made that mistake. Your brain needs fixing.


No kidding. Maybe if this were the beginning of the year, and it was the kid's first year (was it a preschool or day care?) it would be more likely
 
2014-05-08 07:39:10 PM  
Crack is whack.
 
2014-05-08 07:45:51 PM  
After which the cops shot a dog and planted crack on a Hispanic after beating him mercilessly.
 
2014-05-08 07:46:39 PM  
Goodbye blue Monday?
 
2014-05-08 08:22:26 PM  
She took the kid to daycare then went home to do drugs. Heck, that's a responsible drug user right there... except for the whole calling the cops thing.
 
2014-05-08 08:26:29 PM  
I forget what day it is sometimes, but I don't think I'd ever forget bringing a nod to school.
 
2014-05-08 08:28:16 PM  
Child not nod.
 
2014-05-08 08:31:22 PM  

jtown: "She definitely has narcotics - either they're prescribed to her or not - in her system, from her own admission," Sgt. DeLallo said.

WTF is that supposed to mean?  It seems to me that they're saying that it's illegal to have prescribed drugs in your system.


Well he's definitely saying "we know a person wouldn't normally forget their kid was at daycare, but she was doped to the gills, legally or otherwise".  If her prescription was for a more moderate dose, she may have been abusing it by taking more than needed, resulting in some fairly sketchy parenting :P
 
2014-05-08 08:33:27 PM  

47 is the new 42: Child not nod.


Depending on what was in her system, nod may have been the correct word.
 
2014-05-08 09:37:54 PM  
Was Boku Haram involved?
 
2014-05-08 09:55:10 PM  

Mark Ratner: If not for the good, solid work of law enforcement detectives, the child was found safe and sound. Good job, boys in blue.


Wait, wait. We've got an update coming in..... aaaaand, yep. Here we go. They shot the kid. Back to you Jane.
 
2014-05-08 10:07:38 PM  

Phony_Soldier: Delta1212: "I didn't realize it was Tuesday and I figured she was home with me, and (instead) she was at school, so I panicked as any other normal parent would," she said.

I love that. No, lady, a normal person would not have made that mistake. Your brain needs fixing.


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2014-05-08 10:19:02 PM  
And woman wonder why they get paid less for doing the job
 
2014-05-08 10:19:40 PM  
The same job

/crazy ipad
 
2014-05-08 10:47:16 PM  

47 is the new 42: Child not nod.


A nod is a wink to a blind bat.
 
2014-05-08 11:21:28 PM  
I just don't understand why they didn't try the school first. i guess that would be too logical.
 
2014-05-08 11:43:02 PM  

Strut: I just don't understand why they didn't try the school first. i guess that would be too logical.


If you're looking for a missing kid, school is the last place you look.

It would be like looking for a missing prisoner inside the jail.
 
2014-05-08 11:52:44 PM  
"I didn't realize it was Tuesday and I figured she was home with me, and (instead) she was at school, so I panicked as any other normal parent high-ass motherfarker would,"
 
2014-05-09 12:20:20 AM  

gfid: Or you know, they could just look at the prescription on her pill bottles.  You mean she didn't have those?


Yeah, if they were prescribed she should have had them.  While there are legitimate reasons to take drugs out of their bottles one should always have the bottles available for a class II or class III.
 
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