Police Officer Cares For Neglected Baby In Most Loving Way Possible

Whenever I hear stories about parents getting arrested for drug or alcohol related offenses with their infants or children in the car I cringe for so many reasons. Not only was the child’s life put in danger if the parent was operating the vehicle, but how can an intoxicated parent properly take care of their simple needs either? And also, who takes care of them while their parent is being arrested and processed?One West Virginia State Police senior trooper went above and beyond the call of duty when he found a baby boy in the backseat in a beyond disturbing state.[ad type="aboveimagead1"]
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Leah Groth

Leah Groth is a writer and long-time entertainment journalist. After years of interviewing everyone from Clint Eastwood to Kim Kardashian, and covering events such as the Academy Awards, the Grammys, and Coachella, she traded in her Christian Louboutins for a diamond ring and diaper duty and moved to the Midwest. Her work has been published in Life & Style, Fit Pregnancy, Babble, Radar, Popdust, LivingHealthy, and XoJane. Leah is currently based in Chicago, where she is living the “white picket fence” dream with her husband and two children.

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