TRAGIC: McDonald’s Employee gave Birth At Work And Then ‘Tried To Flush Newborn Baby Down The Toilet’

September 14, 2017
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Sarah Lockner is facing a charge of attempted murder after the baby was found face-down in the toilet bowl by a colleague

TRAGIC: McDonald’s employee gave birth at work and then ‘tried to flush newborn baby down the toilet’

A McDonald’s employee gave birth at work and then tried to flush the newborn baby down the toilet, prosecutors have said.

Sarah Lockner is facing a charge of attempted murder after the baby was found face-down in the toilet bowl by a colleague.

The cashier who works in Redwood City in California was on shift on September 4 when she complained of a stomach pain, the San Mateo County district attorney’s office said.

Lockner claims she did not know she was pregnant.

Chief Deputy District Attorney Karen Guidotti said: “Her boyfriend said he did not know she was pregnant either, and none of her co-workers knew.”

On her night shift, the 25-year-old went to the bathroom a number of times which alarmed a co-worker.

When the co-worker went to check on Lockner, there was blood on the floor, the LA Times reported.

Then her colleague peered over the toilet cubicle, where she saw “a newborn baby face down in the toilet bowl”, prosecutors said.

Sarah Lockner was working at McDonald’s when she gave birth, prosecutors said

They said that Lockner had her hand on the baby’s back and then employee heard the flush.

She pleaded with her co-worker and asked her not to call the police, according to prosecutors.

When police arrived the baby was in Lockner’s arms with no pulse.

Remarkably, the baby survived after being given CPR and was taken to a children’s hospital.

San Mateo County Dist. Atty. Steve Wagstaffe told the Los Angeles Times the extent of the baby’s brain injuries was currently not known.

Lockner has been charged with felony child abuse and inflicting great bodily injury, along with the attempted murder charge.

She is scheduled to be arraigned in San Mateo County court on Sept 18 and was held on $11 million bail.

Pictured: Virginia Woman Who Kept Children In Cages

Pictured: Virginia woman who kept two of her children, ages 2 and 3, in ‘filthy makeshift cages’ and who ‘hissed and made animal noises’ when social services arrived to free them

Malista Ness-Hopkins, 38, faces charges of abuse and neglect after social services found her kids, ages two and three, trapped inside cribs which had bars screwed on top

A Virginia woman who allegedly kept her young children in makeshift cages has made bail.

Malista Ness-Hopkins, 38, faces charges of abuse and neglect after social services found her kids, ages two and three, trapped inside cribs which had bars screwed on top.

Her other three children were found living in squalor at the home in Mears on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.

Kate Bonniwell, a social services worker, described the shocking scene when she entered Ness-Hopkins’ home on July 28 after receiving a complaint, Delmarva Now reported.

She told the court at a preliminary hearing Friday, that it had taken more than 20 minutes with an electric screwdriver for her to remove the top of the makeshift cage to free the toddlers.

While she did so, the two-year-old was hissing at her and making ‘animal sounds,’ she said. When she finally did get the lid off, the child simply lay there, as if they didn’t know what to do next.

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