Citizen called police after young child found alone on Grand Avenue in Racine

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RACINE — Racine police say a child, between the ages of one and two was found wandering on Grand Avenue near 9th Street on Wednesday afternoon, January 4th.

The child was found by a citizen shortly before 3:00 p.m.

There was no sign of any adults around — so the citizen called police.

The child was wearing a coat and boots — but no pants. He was riding a toy down the sidewalk.

Police picked up the child took the child to the police department until CPS officials could come take custody of him.

The child’s mother was found between 4:00 and 4:30 p.m.

The investigation is ongoing.

4 comments

  • #whitelivesmattermorebecausetheypayforstuff

    The “urban” neighborhoods keep finding new ways to lower the bar. I bet if the welfare money that this child generates was missing the “mother” would have noticed.

    • Tasji Smith

      You’re a dumb ass! How do you know the race of these individuals? Media have your kind fooled. There are more white people on welfare then my black. #alllivesmatterexceptforyours

      • #whitelivesmattermorebecausetheypayforstuff

        At most I said “urban”, you assume “black.” Who’s racist now? Since we’re on the topic, what race do you think is most likely to produce a story like this? It would have to be a race that are notoriously terrible/absentee parent(s) and have an uncanny lack of concern. Hmmmmmm, what race is that?

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