A woman notified police of what she saw, and could have saved lives in the process. Anyone who would do such a thing cannot be trusted. Their judgment, ethics and intelligence are all in question. All kids are in protective custody while authorities sort this out. The cops admit at this time they still don't know the reason for restraining the kids. If they tell us, I'll follow up. My curiosity will make me check.Police in Lawrence, Kan., arrested a suburban Chicago couple after two of their five children were found blindfolded and bound in a Walmart parking lot, according to news reports.Adolfo Gomez Jr., 52, and Deborah Martha Gomez, 43, of Northlake, Ill., were due in court this afternoon on charges of child abuse and endangerment. Aldofo Gomez is also charged with obstruction after an officer said he used a Taser to subdue Gomez in the lot Wednesday morning.An officer found a blindfolded 5-year-old boy sitting on the ground beside an older Chevrolet Suburban with his hands tied behind his back and his legs bound. Inside, he saw a 7-year-old girl also bound and blindfolded.
Friday, June 15, 2012
Looking Out For Kids: Doing It Right
Posted by Bon Tindle
Without the concern and action of witnesses, this couple could have driven away with their two youngest children bound and blindfolded. Yes, you read that right.