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Woman turns herself in



Published: Wed, June 19, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.

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Moser

Staff report

NORTH LIMA

A South Avenue woman accused of leaving her children at home Sunday evening while she went to work surrendered to police Tuesday.

Beaver Township Police Chief Carl Frost said 24-year-old Kacee Moser made arrangements with her lawyer to surrender and was taken immediately to Mahoning County Area Court in Canfield.

She was wanted on two warrants for child endangering and abduction.

Police said she went to work at a Western Reserve Road nursing home Sunday evening and left her two children, 3 years and 9 months old, strapped in their car seats in front of the television.

Police found the children home alone and went to the nursing home to question Moser. She ran away from the home and was missing.

Mahoning County Children Services took custody of the children.

On Monday, Frost said that a woman had driven Moser to her job at the nursing home Sunday evening but was concerned about her children, so she called police about 8:30 p.m.

Police saw the children through a living-room window and broke the window to get to them.

When police went to the nursing home to question her, a supervisor went to get Moser so patients would not be disturbed. Moser ran away.

Frost had been in contact with her attorney Tuesday morning.

Moser saw her story in The Vindicator and then began to make arrangements to surrender, he said.


Comments

1Mia213(10 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

My daughter did not know Kacee very long. She was trying to help her with the daily struggles of being a single mom. It did not take long to figure out something was amiss, she did what all aduts should do, she took action. These two precious little boys are what mattered. She hoped her suspicions were unfounded but sadly she was right. My daughter is one of the most compassionate people I know. She never hesitates to reach out and help others. My family is so grateful she took action on behalf of these little boys. She was in the right place at the right time. The Beaver Township Police responded immediately. We are grateful for their quick action and deep concern for the well being of these children.

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