Franklin Boy Tries To Sell Teddy Bear For Food; Police Go Beyond Call Of Duty
Officer Steven Dunham said he bought the boy a meal after finding him trying to sell the toy for food. The boy’s parents, who have four other sons, face 10 counts of child endangerment, WLWT reported....
Franklin Boy Tries To Sell Teddy Bear For Food; Police Go Beyond Call Of Duty
Officer Steven Dunham said he bought the boy a meal after finding him trying to sell the toy for food. The boy’s parents, who have four other sons, face 10 counts of child endangerment, WLWT reported....
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