Georgia Mothers Attempts to Sell Baby For Crack Cocaine

A mother in Georgia is accused of trying to sell her 7-month old baby for crack cocaine. "It was filthy,dirty clothes,everywhere, nasty bottles, and it stunk like crack cocaine," said Ginger Penrow. Penrow the guardian angel that rescued the baby boy from a Augusta Lodge. Penrow, who's known for helping so called crack addicts got a call from the mother's friend warning her about the possible sale. Penrow has now been taking care of the child, and says his future is looking brighter. The baby's mother, who has another child faces cruelty to children and reckless conduct charges

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  • by gloria Location: rockord ill on Sep 10, 2008 at 12:30 PM
    I think there is many more charges that should be filed aginst people who abuse their children. (focus on things that matter. ) why every one trying to keep the war going we have bigger problems in the U.S. like mistreated children who is our future republicans should worry about big problem
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