Here's Video of a 2-year-old Walking Alone Across Busy Street at Night to Buy Candy
Earlier today we told you about a 2-year-girl who tried to run away from home and her mother gave zero f**ks. Well, last night in Highland Park, Michigan, a gas station owner got the shock of his life when he noticed an unaccompanied 2-year-old opening the door to his door, roaming the aisles then placed two pennies on the counter and stared at the candy. He called police and after looking at the store's surveillance cameras and a 45-minute search of the neighborhood, cops found the girl's stepfather who lived at an apartment complex across the street from the gas station. When the family went to pick up the child from the police station, they appeared to be unbothered and got a stern talking to from the chief of police. Child endangerment charges are expected to filed against the family, which is already has a history with Child Protective Services.