Please take note that the suspect was apprehended on December 14th and was subsequently released on the same day. As of now, this case is still under review.
Police in Teterboro reported that a mother had kicked her baby daughter, causing the child to fly across the floor, following a shoplifting incident at Walmart.
According to New Jersey 101.5, Walmart theft protection personnel apprehended Jamira McDaniel, a 23-year-old resident of Paterson, for shoplifting at the Teterboro supercenter on Tuesday. Moonachie Police Lieutenant Jeff Napolitano confirmed the incident.
Accompanied by her 1-year-old daughter and the child’s aunt, McDaniel ventured onward.
According to Napolitano, once McDaniel was brought to the store’s security office, she callously kicked the baby girl in the back, causing her to be propelled across the floor and into the office. It’s a heartbreaking and disturbing incident that highlights the need for greater vigilance when it comes to protecting our most vulnerable members of society.
Napolitano mentioned that the security cameras captured the incident. Although the video footage of the kick was submitted to Bergen County court, it is yet to be released to the public.
After witnessing the harrowing incident, the theft protection workers acted quickly and approached the distressed child. They gently lifted the inconsolable little one and handed her over to McDaniel’s sister. Following this, the workers promptly contacted the police to report the theft.
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According to the authorities, a mother has been accused of verbally abusing her crying child.
According to Napolitano, McDaniel became agitated upon seeing the distressed baby, who was crying and being comforted by her aunt. In a fit of rage, McDaniel began punching the walls and demanding that the baby stop crying. The situation escalated further when McDaniel grabbed the baby from the aunt’s arms and shook her. The aunt was understandably upset by McDaniel’s violent behavior towards her niece.
Upon their arrival at the store, the Moonachie police wasted no time and quickly assessed the situation. They promptly called for an ambulance to examine the baby, and thankfully, the responders discovered that the child had not sustained any injuries.
According to Napolitano, the charges against the mother include endangering the welfare of a child, assault, shoplifting, and criminal mischief.
Following his arrest, McDaniel was taken to Bergen County jail where he was detained until his release on December 14th. He is currently awaiting his court date for further legal proceedings.
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Rick Rickman is a seasoned journalist who writes for New Jersey 101.5. For any feedback or queries, you can get in touch with him at [email protected].
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