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CrimePalmyra woman sentenced for leaving daycare ‘alone and unattended’

22:55  11 july  2019
22:55  11 july  2019 Source:   ldnews.com

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Meghan Fedor, 46, plead guilty last week to endangering the welfare of children for an April 2018 incident in which a parent arrived to find the daycare was unchaperoned.

Fedor was entered into a two-year intermediate punishment program, which also includes a 30-day period of house arrest.

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What happened?

According to a police news release, the father arrived early to pick up his daughter at the home daycare located on the 500 block of East Walnut Street, but there no answer when he knocked on the door.

The father called Fedor, who said she would be home in a few minutes and the children were being supervised by her friend. When she returned, Fedor pulled into the garage and moments later emerged through the front door with the child.

"The child appeared to have been crying and the shoulder straps of the child's car seat were wet," police wrote in the news release. "The parent was suspicious and asked if the child was left alone in the car seat."

Fedor first claimed the liquid could be spilled milk and again informed the father a friend was watching the children, but this time used a different name, according to the police affidavit.

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Coming clean

In a May interview with police, Fedor admitted se left six children – ages 5 months to 5 years – alone in the house the day of the incident, according to the affidavit, telling police she had to pick up another child from kindergarten.

Fedor also said she had never left children alone prior to the April 2018 incident. However, police interviewed a 5-year-old girl who said the children were left unattended on multiple occasions.

The sentence

After her 45 days in Lebanon County Correctional Facility and 30 days of house arrest, Fedor will finish the balance of her two-year sentence on probation.

As conditions of her probation, Fedor must maintain gainful employment, but is not allowed to perform any childcare for any child not her own while on supervision.

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