Abandoned Baby

January 23, 2014: Davie Police said a baby was abandoned at a fire station under a Safe Haven for Newborns sign.   (Source: Davie Police Department)

Mother Of Abandoned Davie Baby Expecting

The mother of a five-month old who was left in a stroller under a Safe Haven sign at a Davie firehouse last month, was back in court Thursday. This time with a big announcement.

02/13/2014

January 23, 2014: Davie Police said a baby was abandoned at a fire station under a Safe Haven for Newborns sign.   (Source: Davie Police Department)

Mother Of Abandoned Davie Baby Appears In Court

The mother of a five-month old who was left in a stroller under a Safe Haven sign at a Davie firehouse last week, was in court Thursday.

01/30/2014

January 23, 2014: Davie Police said a baby was abandoned at a fire station under a Safe Haven for Newborns sign.   (Source: Davie Police Department)

Father Of Abandoned Davie Baby Wants Him Back

The father of a five-month old who was left in a stroller under a Safe Haven sign at a Davie firehouse last week, wants the child back.

01/29/2014

BABY GENERIC

Newborn Abandoned Outside Gas Station

Officials say a newborn baby is doing well after she was found wrapped in newspapers outside a central Florida gas station Monday.

CBS Miami–12/16/2013

A baby boy, believed to be 1-3 days old, was found in the bushes outside a Pompano Beach church. (CBS4)

Judge Declares Infant Found In Pompano Beach Bushes “Abandoned”

There’s a shelter hearing scheduled Friday at the Broward County courthouse for the infant who was found abandoned in a parking lot in Pompano Beach on Thursday afternoon.

CBS4–02/22/2013

A baby boy, believed to be 1-3 days old, was found in the bushes outside a Pompano Beach church. (CBS4)

Days-Old Infant Found In Pompano Beach Bushes

A woman picking up her child at a Pompano Beach day care center got quite the surprise when she discovered a days-old baby boy in the hedges of a nearby church.

02/21/2013

(CBS4)

“Safe Haven” Newborn Found At Coral Springs Fire Station

A typical Monday night at a South Florida fire station turned into anything but normal when firefighters heard crying at their front door and discovered an abandoned newborn baby.

CBS4–06/21/2011

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