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Florida woman charged with aggravated manslaughter after she forgot toddler in hot car, police say
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MIAMI, Florida -- A Florida woman is facing criminal charges in the death of a 2-year-old child left in a hot vehicle, police say.

Jail records showed Saturday that Juana Perez-Domingo, 43, is charged with aggravated manslaughter of a child. Bond was set at $50,000, and no attorney was listed for the woman.

It is a smart car seat alarm that senses when a child has been left in a car seat. The technology links with a parent's smart phone, but the device does not stop there.

Police say Perez-Domingo was supposed to drive the young girl to daycare in Homestead early Friday morning. She drove the girl to her own home first - the daycare wasn't open yet - and then got distracted and forgot about the child until returning to the vehicle seven hours later.

A Miami-Dade police report says Perez-Domingo called the child's mother and then drove her to the mother's house. The child had died by then.

Police say Perez-Domingo also had no driver's license. An autopsy was scheduled for Saturday.



Comments:
I don't think there can be an excuse for something as horrible as this. I would like to know if she is a illegal alien.
Posted by Retitred2018 at 7/24/2021 7:28:14 PM

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