Baytown woman arrested for leaving kids in locked car.

Baytown Woman Arrested for Leaving Children in Hot Car

A Baytown woman, Lydia Monique Aviles, was arrested and charged with two counts of abandoning a child with intent to return after leaving two children inside a locked car on a hot day while she got her nails done. Court documents state that Aviles left the children, who were younger than 15 years old, inside the vehicle without sufficient air conditioning on Friday.

Negligence Leads to Arrest

Baytown Police reported that Aviles left the children in the car for approximately an hour while she was at a salon getting her nails done. Despite the car being on, the air conditioning was not strong enough to cool the entire vehicle. Officers who arrived at the scene observed one child in a car seat and the other moving around inside the vehicle. The department noted that although the air conditioning was on, it was inadequate to cool down the entire vehicle.

Eyewitness Account

An employee of the salon where Aviles was getting her nails done spoke to KPRC 2 Reporter Corley Peel, stating that Aviles was a walk-in and they quickly did her nails before the police arrived. The employee mentioned that the salon was busy when Aviles walked in and that the police called her name before she immediately went outside.

Legal Action and Release

Aviles has been released from jail after posting a $20,000 bond, according to court records. The incident serves as a reminder of the dangers of leaving children unattended in hot vehicles, especially during the summer months.

Key Points:

  • Lydia Monique Aviles arrested for leaving two children in a hot car while getting her nails done
  • Baytown Police charged Aviles with two counts of abandoning a child with intent to return
  • Witnesses at the salon recall seeing Aviles rushed out by police after leaving the children unattended
  • Aviles released from jail after posting a $20,000 bond
  • Incident highlights the importance of never leaving children unattended in hot vehicles

    Summary:
    Lydia Monique Aviles was arrested in Baytown for leaving two children inside a locked car on a hot day while she got her nails done, leading to charges of child abandonment. Witnesses at the salon where Aviles was getting her nails done recalled her being rushed out by police. Aviles has since been released from jail after posting bond, emphasizing the importance of never leaving children unattended in hot vehicles.

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