Hull and East riding article turned into BBC styled article

Hull and East riding article turned into BBC styled article

Mother charged with child neglect

October 3, 2012

 

A judge has proceeded with prosecuting a woman for child neglect after seeing photographs of her home.  The case aroused from a concerned relative contacting the NSPCC and demanding they entered the home without invitation.

 

The female’s house, in west Hull was found in a “appalling condition” and contained faeces, decomposing food and deceased animals.

 

The photographs that were taken by the NSPCC show that she neglected her children and left them in an outrageous environment.  It was reported that the children’s animals were found deceased and where not moved from the room they had died in.

 

Relatives also informed the NSPCC that she constantly went out drinking around the town and had more concern for her job than her children. Similarly, Hull Crown Court received information that the mother ill-treated her son and daughter, heavily neglected them, leaving them on their own most nights.

The woman was found and arrested at a Hull bar whilst drinking. She pleaded guilty to two accusations of child neglect.

Judge Simon Jack at Hull Crown Court sentenced the mother to serve two years in prison. The judge said that “The children were left without food or hot water and left in a home with two dead animals.”,  “For whatever reason you chose to prioritise your job and your own social life, going out drinking after work over the welfare of your children.”

 

The judge also stated that he was contemplating making her sentence shorter. However, he altered his judgment because of the condition her house is in.

Prosecutor Mark Kendall told the court: “It was one of the worst houses the officers had ever seen. They described it as being in a filthy state and were not suitable for habitation, let alone habitation by children.”

 

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Hull and East riding article turned into BBC styled article

Mother charged with child neglect

October 3, 2012

 

A judge has proceeded with prosecuting a woman for child neglect after seeing photographs of her home.  The case aroused from a concerned relative contacting the NSPCC and demanding they entered the home without invitation.

 

The female’s house, in west Hull was found in a “appalling condition” and contained faeces, decomposing food and deceased animals.

 

The photographs that were taken by the NSPCC show that she neglected her children and left them in an outrageous environment.  It was reported that the children’s animals were found deceased and where not moved from the room they had died in.

 

Relatives also informed the NSPCC that she constantly went out drinking around the town and had more concern for her job than her children. Similarly, Hull Crown Court received information that the mother ill-treated her son and daughter, heavily neglected them, leaving them on their own most nights.

The woman was found and arrested at a Hull bar whilst drinking. She pleaded guilty to two accusations of child neglect.

Judge Simon Jack at Hull Crown Court sentenced the mother to serve two years in prison. The judge said that “The children were left without food or hot water and left in a home with two dead animals.”,  “For whatever reason you chose to prioritise your job and your own social life, going out drinking after work over the welfare of your children.”

 

The judge also stated that he was contemplating making her sentence shorter. However, he altered his judgment because of the condition her house is in.

Prosecutor Mark Kendall told the court: “It was one of the worst houses the officers had ever seen. They described it as being in a filthy state and were not suitable for habitation, let alone habitation by children.”

 

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