Care home worker stole more than 11,000 from 100-year-old woman in shocking act of ‘treachery’

Published: 20:59 BST, 11 May 2012 | Updated: 22:21 BST, 11 May 2012
An inebriated mother slammed what’s more, flipped her auto with her two-year-old youngster inside.
Julie Horvath, 35, from Louisville, Kentucky, attempted to escape the scene at the point when police arrived.
She at that point declined to let the child, who had not been tied into a auto seat, get restorative attention.
Intoxicated: Julie Horvarth, 35, flipped her auto with her two-year-old youngster inside what’s more, attempted to escape the scene at the point when police arrived
Police had to battle the mother to offer assistance the toddler.
Ms Horvath herself was secured in cuts what’s more, wounds yet it is not known how she gotten the injuries.
The police say she had ragged looking eyes, slurred discourse what’s more, noticed unequivocally of alcohol.
She conceded to drinking lager what’s more, a split pipe was found in her bag.

A witness said that Ms Horvarth was seen pulling her youngster out of the back window of the slammed vehicle. 
She faces charges of wanton endangerment, escaping police what’s more, working a engine vehicle while under the impact of liquor what’s more, drugs.
She will moreover be charged with disappointment to utilize a youngster limitation device.
The Kentucky Youngster Limitation Law comes about in a $50 fine in the event that a driver is gotten with an newborn child under 40 inches tall not in an proper security seat.
The most noteworthy punishment is in the state of California, with a $435 fine in addition points.
According to the Focuses for Sickness Control what’s more, Prevention, youngster security seats diminish the chance of demise in traveler autos by 71 percent for infants, what’s more, by 54 percent for youngsters ages one to four years.

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