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A New Jersey grandmother is in trouble after police said she left an infant and three dogs unattended inside a hot car in Ocean County on Thursday, when the temperature outside was around 85 degrees.
A delivery driver called 911 after noticing a child inside a locked car with the engine off and the windows rolled up just before 1 p.m., the Berkeley Township Police Department said in a news release.
Officers went to the scene and rescued the girl, who was “drenched in sweat and crying,” as well as the dogs, police said.
The article goes on to state the following:
Additional officers arrived, but they could not find the driver. The baby’s grandmother, Toms River resident Doreen Orlich, eventually showed up just as emergency medical responders arrived, according to police.
She told officers she was taking care of her friend’s pets for an undetermined amount of time.
The infant was taken to a local medical center as a precaution and the state’s Division of Child Protection and Permanency was called to assist in the investigation. Orlich, 52, was charged with one count of fourth-degree cruelty or neglect of a child and three counts of fourth-degree animal cruelty.
Cops rescued a girl “drenched in sweat and crying” after an N.J. grandma left the baby and three dogs in a hot car.
A delivery driver called 911 after noticing a child inside a locked car with the engine off and the windows rolled up.https://t.co/5fMpecZJO0
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