Safe Haven Law
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.
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.
A court hearing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Friday to determine the next steps for a baby boy left outside of a fire station in Davie.
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.
The Department of Children and Families continues to investigate a strange domestic case where a mother abandoned her two young children at Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue headquarters.
Police say an upset mother who had just had a fight with her husband dropped off two of her children at Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue headquarters.
The call to the St. Lucie County Fire District came as a surprise. The caller said something had been left outside the door of a Port. St. Lucie fire station, and what they found was a newborn baby, inside a bag, let with a note allegedly from the baby’s mother.