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Posted on: March 10, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Arrest for unattended child in vehicle

On today's date the Frederick Police Deparment made an arrest after a father left his 2 year old child unattended in a motor vehilce.

On 03/10/2012 Frederick Police Department responded to 1811 Monocacy Blvd (Walmart) for a citizens complaining of an unattended child locked in a vehicle. Officer Dodson observed an approximately 2 year old child sleeping in a car seat. Walmart made an in-store announcement for the owner of the vehicle to return to the vehicle. The owner returned and was identified as Dustin Everett Ogan by his PA driver’s license. Ogan was placed under arrest and charged with: a child under the age of 8 years being locked in a motor vehicle while out of his sight and while he was absent.

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