Patrick Swanton and the Dirty Diaper Gang

The Waco Tribune has been following a story of a woman who allegedly let her child wander outside alone in a dirty diaper while she was sleeping… She only got an $8,000 bond for endangering her kid.

“Officers (on arriving at the scene) saw the child entering the street and took her into their care,” he said. The child, who had abrasions and bruises, “had on only a diaper, and it was apparent the diaper had not been changed in some time,” he said.

Source: Waco Tribune

Tina Dominguez, 29, was released from McLennan County Jail on $8,000 bond after Waco police charged her with child endangerment when they found her 3-year-old daughter running outside in a diaper while she took a nap. Police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said officers responded to a call to the 1300 block of Trice Avenue about 3:50 p.m. Friday about a toddler wandering alone near an intersection.

Tina Dominguez, 29, was released from McLennan County Jail on $8,000 bond after Waco police charged her with child endangerment when they found her 3-year-old daughter running outside in a diaper while she took a nap.
Police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said officers responded to a call to the 1300 block of Trice Avenue about 3:50 p.m. Friday about a toddler wandering alone near an intersection.

I was angered by the low bond amount because of the bikers, and decided to read more.. I wish I hadn’t. Come to find out, she was also already on probation for killing a son. I can’t even fathom an explanation for the words ‘Probation’ and ‘death of a child’ being in the same universe….

Dominguez has a long history with CPS and Waco police, dating back to October 2006, when her infant son, Luciano, died after she rolled over on the baby while he was sleeping in the same bed with her and the boy suffocated.

She pleaded guilty to third-degree felony injury to a child in the boy’s death in September 2007 and was placed on deferred probation for 10 years after accepting a plea offer from the district attorney’s office.

Woman Who Got $8,000 Bond Already on Probation for Killing Another Baby

So, while I am researching this chick to write a story about the disgusting bail difference between baby murderers and bikers, I run across THIS story… It seems a mom allowed her kid to wander into a busy highway and burn her feet on July 30th!
Mom Lets Baby Burn Her Feet on a Busy Highway

Police in the Waco suburb of Beverly Hills released new details Thursday as they continued to investigate after a woman and her daughter came to the rescue of a barefoot 2-year-old who burned her feet as she crossed the hot pavement on South Valley Mills Drive.

I think what a DISGUSTING creature! The story had no photos or additional links, so I head to Google to read more about HER… And run across ANOTHER kid abandoned with burned feet? This one got a $100,000 bond.

A 23-year-old Waco woman faces a felony charge after an 18-month-old boy in her care suffered second-degree burns to the feet, police said. Andrea Nicole Boyce was being held at the McLennan County Jail on Friday under a $100,000 bond on a charge of recklessly causing injury to a child in the alleged Oct. 24 incident at a Waco apartment.

A 23-year-old Waco woman faces a felony charge after an 18-month-old boy in her care suffered second-degree burns to the feet, police said.
Andrea Nicole Boyce was being held at the McLennan County Jail on Friday under a $100,000 bond on a charge of recklessly causing injury to a child in the alleged Oct. 24 incident at a Waco apartment.

Boyce told police that the victim was injured when she left the boy and a sibling in the bathtub to step outside. When she returned, she found the older sibling out of the tub, and the injured child standing in the tub with the water running, Boyce told detectives.

Investigators charged Boyce after finding that the version of the story she gave did not match the evidence, said Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton.

I also noticed there were quite a few different instances where a child wandered off in Waco… Way more than I would believe average for any city? Here are a few more examples:

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Police were called to the 1800 block of Lyle after a toddler was found wandering into Skinny’s Convenience Store alone. Responding officers took her into custody, and said she was shaking from being in the night air. The 2-year-old girl could not show or tell officers where she lived.

Child Protective Services workers took custody of the boy, Swanton said.

This One Allegedly Went to a Nightclub and Left the Baby

is it me or is this getting creepy? Also, how does it keep happening to the same women more than once? And why do some of them not mention bail amounts?

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Waco Police Sgt. Patrick Swanton said, “Obviously not a situation where you want a two-year-old to be involved in, so we just felt like we had to make an arrest and get those kids some help. Hopefully we’re on the right track so far.”

(Yes let’s take parenting advice from a man who uses his beautiful young cop daughter as pervert bait. -Amy)

This One Supposedly Was in Her Backyard and the Cops Found the Kid

There is certainly a recurring theme out of Swanton about food and dirty diapers… and naps.. And cops ‘finding’ the kids when no one is around….
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Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said officers bought the child pancakes, hash browns and chocolate milk from a nearby fast-food restaurant because the child appeared to be hungry and thirsty. He was also dirty, Swanton said.

Officers changed the boy’s dirty diaper and provided new clothing for him bought by the department’s victim services employees, Swanton said.

This Mom Was Supposedly Passed Out On Drugs

Next we have Chicken Little and Rainbow Brite, the meth cooks…

Waco police say the discovery of an 18-month-old boy wandering without shoes or a diaper in a West Waco neighborhood led to the arrests of both his parents.

The father of the child, 23-year-old Donald Klassy, was charged with endangering a child and possession of a controlled substance, while the mother of the child, identified as 30-year-old Monica Wood, was arrested on unrelated warrants from Hewitt police, authorities said.

Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said officers responded at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday to the 900 block of North 66th Street, where a resident came across the boy.

Crime scene technicians, detectives and patrol officers did a door-to-door search for the child’s parents, eventually finding Klassy at a residence at 1001 N. 66th St., according to a news release issued by the department.

Two Arrested for Cooking Meth After Baby Wanders Outsideimage

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Anybody else sick of seeing ‘Swanton Says?’ Who believes a word that charlatan breathes? I find it troubling that these ‘wandering children’ arrests almost always seem to happen where it can’t QUITE be confirmed… And that they always result in a meth lab bust or something… And that the stories seem almost as cookie cutter as the arrest warrants used on the bikers. I am doing my best not to wonder if there’s some weird child smuggling ring going on down there.. At this point I would NOT be surprised.

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