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    Cheyenne Hyer, 3, officer's child dies after being left in patrol car

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    Cheyenne Hyer, 3, died Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, in Long Beach, Miss., after being left alone for hours in her mother's police car. Her mother, Cassie Barker, has been placed on administrative leave while the Long Beach Police Department investigates the girl's death.



    http://www.kplctv.com/story/33307530...-in-patrol-car

    HANCOCK COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -
    We now know the names of the two Long Beach police officers placed on paid leave while the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office investigates the death of a child.

    Glenn Grannon, with the sheriff’s department, said Clark Ladner and Cassie Barker were placed on administrative leave after 3-year-old Cheyenne Hyer died Friday. Sheriff Ricky Adam confirmed Barker is Cheyenne’s mother.


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    This is where Sky belongs!! Proud member of the Sky Crew & proud supporter of Solomon's quest to find his precious son! "I will always be his father. On this earth I don't see him, but in heaven we'll be together," Metalwala said.

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    http://www.11alive.com/news/cops-chi...cers/329107067

    Two police officers were fired...
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    UGH these child hot car deaths are really getting to me. RIP sweet baby

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    http://www.clarionledger.com/story/n...icer/91467696/

    He said he couldn't process it right away.

    "I lost all feeling. I couldn’t speak, I couldn’t breathe, then I was flat out crying. After that I just was angry, and I went in the backyard and started beating up the shed," he said.
    Bass said the air conditioner was on when responders got to the home. He said that in spite of the fact that police often leave their cars running with the air conditioners on while unattended, that there's "no excuse for leaving your child in the car."

    "There's no logical reason to do that," he said. "It's not an accident. She left the child in the car. We hear and read about this, it seems like quite often recently. It seems more than ever that people are leaving their infants and small children in the car to do tasks and shopping."

    At this point it's unclear if there will be charges, but if there are, Bass said he expects Barker would be charged with negligent homicide.
    This is where Sky belongs!! Proud member of the Sky Crew & proud supporter of Solomon's quest to find his precious son! "I will always be his father. On this earth I don't see him, but in heaven we'll be together," Metalwala said.

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    wow, I encourage anyone stopping by this thread to read that article in cocomod's post ^
    This was not a hot car death. AC running, Car idling, officer mommy "visiting" the other officer while both were off duty. Why did I come to WS today? sad sad sad... this girl was THREE YEARS old, not an infant.
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    I guess I do not understand... the article states it was a hot car death but then states the first responders said the AC was running. Can anyone explain this to me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smeck View Post
    I guess I do not understand... the article states it was a hot car death but then states the first responders said the AC was running. Can anyone explain this to me?
    Yeah, the mother probably turned on the AC before the EMT's got there. Or maybe she had the child in the back seat area. Depending on the style of the prisoner cage and if the partition was closed, it may have been completely closed off from circulating air. Either way, the autopsy will show if it was a hot car death.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeck View Post
    I guess I do not understand... the article states it was a hot car death but then states the first responders said the AC was running. Can anyone explain this to me?
    Ya, I was about to ask the same question. Maybe the car ran out of gas but they could see it had been left on with the AC running originally?

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    Do they think Ladner knew the child was left in the car?

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    What am I missing here??? How does an ADULT PARENT EVER forget that their child is in a vehicle. These cases are sickening!
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    2 Long Beach police officers fired in child's hot car death

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulessa View Post
    What am I missing here??? How does an ADULT PARENT EVER forget that their child is in a vehicle. These cases are sickening!
    Doesn't really sound like she forgot that she left the child in the car. She was just busy 'visiting' with the other officer at his house---for FOUR hours, while the child was left in the car.

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    and they've both been fired already - pretty quickly IMO. More to this story... poor girl. THREE YEARS OLD.
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    IF anyone knows the dangers of hot cars, it is first responders. I am sick to my stomach about this case. I hope they charge both of them. The officer she was visiting had to have known the child was in the car. THROW the book at them for anything they did--- unofficial use of official vehicle, you name it. If you want to behave like a young adolescent and do stupid things, don't have kids. UGHHHHH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocco View Post
    Doesn't really sound like she forgot that she left the child in the car. She was just busy 'visiting' with the other officer at his house---for FOUR hours, while the child was left in the car.
    LOL just color me confused then. Four hours eh? SMH! No excuse!
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    We spoke, prayers were answered!

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