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(CBS Los Angeles 2)   Palmdale CA woman in custody dispute livestreaming her hostage standoff over Instagram, you could go downvote Sherriff's negotiators right now   (losangeles.cbslocal.com) divider line
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2021-10-21 12:45:40 PM  
The child is believed to be the woman's, though she has no custodial rights and the situation has been deemed a kidnapping, according to sheriff's officials. The female suspect also livestreamed a portion of the situation on Instagram.

Wonder how that happened, she sounds like such a responsible parent.
 
2021-10-21 12:47:06 PM  
Probably the worst written news article I've ever read.
 
2021-10-21 12:53:24 PM  
Welcome to Palmdale.
Out of jail, and into a semi desert suburb where a lot of law enforcement also live.
Like the hunger games of Fox News.
 
2021-10-21 12:53:25 PM  
Hmm, gubmint came and took her baby.
 
2021-10-21 12:55:26 PM  
Afroman - Palmdale
Youtube F5FRU6R8AGU
 
2021-10-21 12:56:05 PM  
Living in Palmdale is punishment enough.
 
TWX
2021-10-21 12:58:10 PM  
I'm morbidly curious what this woman did to lose custodial rights to her baby.  As far as I understand, often times will err on the side of the parents, particularly the mother, even when removal probably would be better for the child.
 
2021-10-21 12:59:21 PM  
Damn. I grew up in Palmdale. It was a lot different 30 years ago. I'm not contributing anything funny...I just decided to chime in as the "I KNOW THAT PLACE" guy. The fast food joint originally known as Naugles had a new name like every 3 months. There was only 20K people or so, and it was still considered a drive through town. I left when it was just starting to get...different.

This isn't even a "cool story bro". This is a "no story bro".
 
2021-10-21 12:59:48 PM  

AstroJesus: Hmm, gubmint came and took her baby.


Somewhat better than the KKK maybe.
 
2021-10-21 1:00:16 PM  

TWX: I'm morbidly curious what this woman did to lose custodial rights to her baby


I'm thinking drugs.

But I want to know who the male was?  If he surrendered, then he can't be the baby-daddy.

Did the mom take her boyfriend to do the kidnapping and then when it went belly up, the guy surrendered?

The story was lacking so many adjectives.
 
TWX
2021-10-21 1:02:33 PM  

hamsack: Living in Palmdale is punishment enough.


How does a city function when it's got a 26 square mile doughnut-hole cut out of the middle of it like that?

Trying to design municipal infrastructure for everything east of 40th St E on the North side or north of Palmdale Blvd on the southeast side has got to be an exercise in frustration.
 
2021-10-21 1:07:16 PM  
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2021-10-21 1:09:51 PM  
Man, I should have thought of this. But I'm an introvert.
 
2021-10-21 1:11:08 PM  

hamsack: Living in Palmdale is punishment enough.


Good God, I hope the wind don't blow
 
2021-10-21 1:14:48 PM  

JiMHaT: Damn. I grew up in Palmdale. It was a lot different 30 years ago. I'm not contributing anything funny...I just decided to chime in as the "I KNOW THAT PLACE" guy. The fast food joint originally known as Naugles had a new name like every 3 months. There was only 20K people or so, and it was still considered a drive through town. I left when it was just starting to get...different.

This isn't even a "cool story bro". This is a "no story bro".


Naugles was bought by Del Taco in 1988 and all had been converted or shut down by 1995.  The first Naugles was in my city of Riverside (all are now Del Tacos).  This has resulted in Riverside having a shiat ton of Del Tacos, as frequently there was a Del Taco near a Naugles and few in Riverside ended up closing after the merger.

In 2015, there was a ruling that the trademark was abandoned by Del Taco, and a new company, replicating the old menu but with no legal connection to Del Taco, has opened three locations in Orange County.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naugles​
 
2021-10-21 1:17:46 PM  
I was so confused. Given the current litigious state over rights, ownership, and copywrite I initially thought this headline was a custody dispute over some livestream video. Started reading the article like, what's all this about a child?
 
2021-10-21 1:20:09 PM  

steklo: Probably the worst written news article I've ever read.


I thought it was Fark tradition to not read the articles.
 
2021-10-21 1:30:28 PM  

Geotpf: JiMHaT: Damn. I grew up in Palmdale. It was a lot different 30 years ago. I'm not contributing anything funny...I just decided to chime in as the "I KNOW THAT PLACE" guy. The fast food joint originally known as Naugles had a new name like every 3 months. There was only 20K people or so, and it was still considered a drive through town. I left when it was just starting to get...different.

This isn't even a "cool story bro". This is a "no story bro".

Naugles was bought by Del Taco in 1988 and all had been converted or shut down by 1995.  The first Naugles was in my city of Riverside (all are now Del Tacos).  This has resulted in Riverside having a shiat ton of Del Tacos, as frequently there was a Del Taco near a Naugles and few in Riverside ended up closing after the merger.

In 2015, there was a ruling that the trademark was abandoned by Del Taco, and a new company, replicating the old menu but with no legal connection to Del Taco, has opened three locations in Orange County.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naugles


Late 80s I was still in the single digits, but I only remember Naugles for it's name alone. That tiny little place on Palmdale Boulevard near the Baskin Robbins became a ton of different places, with the only other name I remember being Murder Burger, which lasted for all of weeks.
 
TWX
2021-10-21 1:33:58 PM  

JiMHaT: Geotpf: JiMHaT: Damn. I grew up in Palmdale. It was a lot different 30 years ago. I'm not contributing anything funny...I just decided to chime in as the "I KNOW THAT PLACE" guy. The fast food joint originally known as Naugles had a new name like every 3 months. There was only 20K people or so, and it was still considered a drive through town. I left when it was just starting to get...different.

This isn't even a "cool story bro". This is a "no story bro".

Naugles was bought by Del Taco in 1988 and all had been converted or shut down by 1995.  The first Naugles was in my city of Riverside (all are now Del Tacos).  This has resulted in Riverside having a shiat ton of Del Tacos, as frequently there was a Del Taco near a Naugles and few in Riverside ended up closing after the merger.

In 2015, there was a ruling that the trademark was abandoned by Del Taco, and a new company, replicating the old menu but with no legal connection to Del Taco, has opened three locations in Orange County.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naugles

Late 80s I was still in the single digits, but I only remember Naugles for it's name alone. That tiny little place on Palmdale Boulevard near the Baskin Robbins became a ton of different places, with the only other name I remember being Murder Burger, which lasted for all of weeks.


Sounds like a little kid would be afraid of being kicked there. No one wants to get kicked in the Naugles.
 
TWX
2021-10-21 1:34:50 PM  

steklo: TWX: I'm morbidly curious what this woman did to lose custodial rights to her baby

I'm thinking drugs.

But I want to know who the male was?  If he surrendered, then he can't be the baby-daddy.

Did the mom take her boyfriend to do the kidnapping and then when it went belly up, the guy surrendered?

The story was lacking so many adjectives.


Could also be that woman returned to the apartment she and boyfriend shared with the kid in-tow, the cops showed up not long thereafter and he noped the hell out of that.
 
2021-10-22 7:54:34 AM  
If you ever wonder why judges knee-jerk custody of children the wife in any custody battle, this is why.  It just saves them the drama of dealing with kidnapping cases later.
 
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