Woman Arrested In Sacramento For Leaving Baby In Hot Car
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Andrea Pas-Perdomo was arrested Thursday for leaving her child unattended in a car in a parking lot in Natomas.
At around 3:40 p.m. someone called police reporting a baby was inside of a car in the parking lot at Target in Natomas. The car wasn’t running and its windows were rolled up.
When Sacramento firefighters arrived, they opened the car and got the baby out.
The mother walked out with her 2-year-old son and was arrested on child endangerment charges.
The father of the child came and picked up the toddler.
The infant was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.