This case hits very close to home since this is the county that we currently live in and where I grew up.
So the short version is that a dad took his son to day care most days which is about .50 miles from his work and "forgot" about his son and left him in there for 7 hours. Baby Cooper died of heat stroke.
some people saw accident ......most people say on purpose.
This case has made National News. This case makes me SICK!
This women and man should be in jail, better less lets lock them in a hot car and let them suffer like their poor innocent son.
He had googled: what temperature does a car have to be for a person to die.
He had googled: How to have Children free life
He hag googled: How to survive in jail
They had taken out 2 life insurance policies on baby Cooper. Who takes life insurance policy out on a 22 month old??
Justin Harris the so called father has sexting 7 different women and sending pictures during and before Coopers death.
2 weeks prior to Coopers death for some reason Justin Harris and his wife switched Cooper back to a rear facing car seat from already have switched to forward facing. The police have stated that his car seat was set on the lowest and tightest level possible. So that means that Cooper had to be in their TIGHT because that setting is for an infant like a 5-15 pound baby.
At Cooper's funeral they say the so called mother Leanna Harris stated that if she could bring her son back she wouldn't not into this world, for his first heart break. Are you serious girl!! If something every happened to my child. I would be on my hand and knees begging for my child to return and for God to take me!!
RIP Baby Cooper and I so sorry that you had such a short time on this earth. My you rest and be protected with God. May we all meet your amazing and beautiful smile one day and run and play together! Keep smiling Cooper
This is from the Safe Kids website.
Top TipsReduce the number of deaths from heatstroke by remembering to ACT.
A: Avoid heatstroke-related injury and death by never leaving your child alone in a car, not even for a minute. And make sure to keep your car locked when you’re not in it so kids don’t get in on their own.
C: Create reminders by putting something in the back of your car next to your child such as a briefcase, a purse or a cell phone that is needed at your final destination. This is especially important if you’re not following your normal routine.
T: Take action. If you see a child alone in a car, call 911. Emergency personnel want you to call. They are trained to respond to these situations. One call could save a life.