Day: December 21, 2014

7 Year-Old Child Spills Water … Teacher Locks Her Out … Girl Wanders Streets For Hours … Lawsuit Ensues


Second Grader Roamed Streets For Hours After Teacher Locked Her Out Of Class For Spilled Water

Journey: Samaya's parents say she walked off the Jefferson Elementary School Campus on  Pebblewood Dr, Sacramento before wandering down Truxel Road and over the Interstate 5 entrance and exit ramps to Walmart and an On The Border restaurant

” An angry mother and father in a suburb of Sacramento are suing the Natomas Unified School District after their emotionally distraught seven-year-old daughter was left completely unattended and went wandering around town all by herself in the middle of a Wednesday school day.

  The incident began to unfold around 9 a.m. on Dec. 18 at Jefferson Elementary School in Natomas, Calif,reports KTXL

  Jason Dillard said that his second-grade daughter, Samaya, had spilled some water in class. The teacher, Lupe Rodriguez, was frustrated about it. In response, Dillard said, Rodriguez dragged the seven-year-old girl out of class as she was sitting in her chair.

  Rodriguez allegedly left the girl outside the class for quite awhile until she eventually wandered down the hall, out the door and off school grounds.

  Meanwhile, Samaya…

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Wal-Mart, Amazon, K-Mart, Sears, told to stop selling toy guns (VIDEO)

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Liberal holophobia at its finest.

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One of the toy guns prohibited under New York state law. (Photo: New York Attorney General's Office) One of the toy guns prohibited under New York state law. (Photo: New York Attorney General’s Office)

Several major retail stores are under the gun over some of the toys they’re illegally selling in New York, officials announced Thursday.

The state’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, sent cease and desist letters to Wal-Mart,, K-Mart, Sears and telling the retailers the toy guns they’re selling online to New Yorkers are too realistic.

According to state law, toy guns are prohibited if they come in realistic colors like black, blue, silver or aluminum, unless a non-removable, one-inch-wide orange strip runs down both sides and the front end of the barrel, the attorney general’s office said.

“When toy guns are mistaken for real guns there can be tragic consequences,” Schneiderman said.

An investigation into the toy gun sales revealed that at…

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