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Youngstown mom accused of leaving kids alone while job hunting

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - A 23-year old mother of three is accused of leaving her baby and toddler home alone while she went job hunting.

Youngstown school security called city police after a three year old girl followed her eight year old sister to Paul C. Bunn Elementary School on Wednesday.

Investigators found out later that the three year old and her one year old baby sister had been left alone at their Weston Avenue home.

Their mother, Reba Soldresson told officers that she thought it would be okay to leave the kids at home for ten minutes while she went to apply for a job at a pizza shop.

Soldresson was booked into the county jail on charges of felony child neglect and child endangering.

The children were turned over to relatives.

 

 

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