Waldorf Woman Charged After Leaving Three Children Unattended in Vehicle

On Saturday, June 24, 2017, Deputy J. Plunkett form the Charles County Sheriff’s Office responded to the TJ Maxx located at Waldorf Market Place, in Waldorf, for the report of an unattended child in a vehicle.

Upon arrival, police met with a witness who advised them she observed a white BMW with three children in it who were unattended. While talking the witness, police observed Ashante Yvonne Harrod, 28, of Waldorf, walk up to the vehicle. Police had confirmed that all three children were by themselves, and appeared to be in good health. The three children that were left unattended were a 2-year-old male infant, 7-year-old girl, and an 8-year-old girl.

Two of the three children were Ashante Harrod’s, the third child (7-year-old girl) is her sisters child. Police made contact with that child’s mother and advised her of the incident.

Ashante Yvonne Harrod, was

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