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9/06/2014 3:09 pm  #1


Mother arrested for 5 year-old outside alone

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Mother in jail charged with deprivation of a minor
September 4, 2014

RICHMOND COUNTY, Ga. (WRDW) -- An Augusta mother is behind bars and her 5-year-old son is with DFACS after investigators say she locked him out of the house while she ran errands.

A witness tells deputies, around 4:15 p.m. she saw the 5-year-old dropped off by the school bus and walked towards his home on Sapelo Circle. She says a short time later, the power went off in the complex and she went to inspect everything. That's when she says she saw the boy standing outside of the home. She says he could not tell her where his mother, Jamila Maston, was or when she would be home.

She says she tried to call Maston several times and did not get an answer. She then called DFACS. Around 6:30 p.m., witnesses say Maston came home and said she had gone to pay bills and stopped to buy a pizza on her way home. DFACS investigators say there was no food in the house.

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Mother arrested after children found walking along street alone
September 6, 2014

RICHMOND COUNTY Ga. (WRDW) -- Richmond County Sheriff's Deputies arrest a mother after finding her three young children walking down Old McDuffie Rd. alone.

Around 7:55 this morning, deputies say they picked up the children, ages 6, 5 and 1, after getting a call about abandoned children walking down the street unsupervised. Deputies took the children to their home, where they say they found poor living conditions, including no electricity. The mother, Vanessa Brunson, 25, later arrived and was arrested. Deputies notified the Department of Children and Family Services. The children are now in custody of an aunt.

Brunson is charged with deprivation of a minor(s). 

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What is wrong with this picture?

Two single mothers in jail, facing criminal charges. Four children removed and in state's custody. No matter what happens with the charges filed, these families are facing years of extricating themselves from the criminal justice system and child protective services.
"Due Process" is not in their favor and will suck up their few resources. It's not likely they will ever be free of it, no matter what lessons they might learn from the experience.

Faith Pursley dies under the care of her parents and three men. Nothing happens. Other children in the family (all under the age of 5) weren't even officially taken into state's custody (Texas DFPS records show that there was no formal action requiring court involvement). More than two years of investigation by state agencies and a district attorney. No charges. No sanction. No consequence.

Is it because they're women? Because they're black? The Texans get a pass because they're religious? Because they identify themselves as preachers? Because they're men? Because the men are from wealthy, well-connected families?

What's the reason?

 

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