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Sugar Cookie

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Two parents were taken into police custody on Saturday after reports that their 1-month-old baby may have been abused, according to the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety.

Police dispatch received a call from Three Rivers Medical Center reporting that a baby boy had been hospitalized with "suspicious injuries."

Detectives took 27-year-old Bryan Merritt and 20-year-old Alexandria Williams — both transients in the Grants Pass area — into custody.
"The child was taken into protective custody pending an investigation into the nature of the injuries," GPDPS said.
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brokenandtwisted

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Hold the phone. “Transients”? Is that code for “homeless”? Children shouldn’t be homeless. Of course the baby is abused. It’s in a toxic environment. (No, @Nell , not Oregon. I mean outside. Being homeless.)

I’m also certain that his parents are lesbian women...
 

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Pandorama

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If I was homeless and had a newborn baby I would put them up for adoption. It would be incredibly hard to let a baby go but only hard for me. The baby will love and be loved by an adoptive mother quite happily.
I wouldn't foster, hoping my circumstances would improve. It's not fair on the baby and an adoptive home will be much better for them than a foster home.
I don't understand some people I really don't.
 

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Fives My Charm

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If I was homeless and had a newborn baby I would put them up for adoption. It would be incredibly hard to let a baby go but only hard for me. The baby will love and be loved by an adoptive mother quite happily.
I wouldn't foster, hoping my circumstances would improve. It's not fair on the baby and an adoptive home will be much better for them than a foster home.
I don't understand some people I really don't.
I wish there was just a hug button :happy:
 

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