A two year old little boy was removed from his mother’s care due to her arrest, concerns of lack of supervision, and lack of protective capacity. On the date of removal, the mother’s boyfriend dropped her off at midnight at the Stratosphere. When he came back to pick her up between 3 and 4 a.m., he got out of the car to walk to her – she was outside sharing a cigarette with an unknown person. That unknown person then allegedly jumped in the car and stole the car with the baby inside. The mother was not cooperative with police; in fact, they did not call the police immediately. The police located the car, with the child in it, but the car did not belong to the parents. The car was previously reported stolen. The mother has CPS history in California involving other children whom are no longer in her care. The father’s whereabouts are unknown at this time. An attorney is need to represent the child’s legal rights and wishes regarding permanency, placement, and visitation, and to ensure any appropriate services are in place. There is a Disposition Hearing set for April 8, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in Courtroom 23.
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