A Texas mom from the Houston area has been arrested for allegedly leaving her two kids alone for days while she went on a cruise.  Her name is Lakesha Williams and has been charged with abandoning a child with intent to return, which is a felony, as reported by ABC.


According to the report, Lakesha's neighbors reported that she left with luggage on April 4th. However, they never saw her return.  Concerned neighbors contacted the police to check the wellness of the children.  A welfare check was executed a full five days after mom left.  Authorities found an 8-year-old boy and a 6-year-old girl alone in the apartment, The apartment was in "complete disarray," with trash and food strewn about and a "very potent smell of urine,"  Mom was keeping in touch with the kids via texting and Facetiming. She is not cooperating with officials, at this time. The custody of the kids has been released to an Aunt. Read the full story by clicking here.

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One Texas mother in Navasota, Texas, learned not to mess with Texas libraries!  According to KHOU.COM, Kaylee Morgan found out that she had a warrant for her arrest when tried to renew her driver's license. The reason for the warrant: she failed to pay a citation for not returning a library book she checked out in 2023.

Kaylee Morgan tells KHOU "When I get there, they told me they can't renew it because I have a warrant out for my arrest," Morgan said. "I am just shocked. I literally laughed out loud. I said this has to be a joke and it wasn't."

Kaylee soon learned that the warrant for theft of government property was from a library book that she never returned. She was forced to see a judge! She had already moved hours away from Navasota.   She received no sympathy from the judge!  The citation was $600. Morgan started a GoFundMe to ask for help. She has also hired a lawyer. Read the full story by clicking here.

While I personally never had fines for overdue books. I did have fines for overdue CDs back in the day! Oh yeah, I probably had fines at every video store in Victoria. When I think of the word library, it immediately takes me back. So I thought it would be a good idea to relive the mall days of the 1990's.

One thing I miss the most about the 90s mall is going to the music store to get the latest CD/Cassette release.


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