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Six-Year-Old Arrested For Stealing Candy From Teacher’s Desk

A security guard decided to teach Madisyn Moore a lesson after the six-year-old stole candy from her teacher’s desk. The Fernwood Elementary school student claims she was “snatched” out of class, placed in handcuffs and forced to stand under a dark staircase. When Madisyn’s mother, Marlena Wordlaw arrived, she was livid. “When he pulled her from under the stairs she was crying,” Wordlaw said about her daughter. “[The security guard] told me ‘I ‘m doing my job, I’m trying to teach her a lesson.’ I understand these teenage boys and whatever the case may be, you can try to teach them a lesson but this is a little girl.” While the school’s principal has since apologized for the way in which the child was reprimanded, Wordlaw said “I don’t accept your apology ever. I’m more angry than anything, because it’s my only daughter” she said. “I feel like anything could have happened to her. Somebody could have touched her. She’s in the dark under the stairs” she added. Wordlaw is reportedly planning to file a lawsuit against the school. NBC Chicago

Obama’s Trip To Cuba Results In Newly Brokered Deals

Last April, Air BnB expanded it’s renting options to Cuba after the U.S normalized relations with the country. For the past year, only American’s were allowed to rent from the sites one thousand Cuban homes. The Obama administration has now authorized the website to extend bookings to global customers. Several hotel chains are looking to revitalize Cuba as a tourist destination. The U.S. Treasury Department recently approved Starwood Hotels and Resorts application to pursue partnerships with hotels in the Caribbean country. Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson accompanied President Obama’s recent historic trip to the island. Apparently, all Cuban hotels are currently state owned and have poor infrastructures; the new deal will allow the newly established properties to be up to U.S. standards. USA Today

Texas Mother Arrested For Putting Child In Oven

Tasha Hatcher, 35, from Glen Rose, Texas, is currently being held on a $300,000 bond after being arrested for placing her child in the oven. Witnesses called the police after observing the bizarre act. The infant was rushed to the hospital with third degree burns. The victim is currently sedated but in stable condition. Child protective services have custody of the infant and are not allowing other relatives to see the victim at this time. Friends say Hatcher, who is a single mother, was “loving and attentive” to her daughter. Hatcher was recently arraigned and charged with injury to a child, a first degree felony. Daily Mail 

Infant In Critical Condition After Being Shot 

A 2-year-old reportedly shot himself in the stomach in Lithonia, GA. According to Sgt. Vincent Gamble of DeKalb Police, the boy took the revolver out of his mother’s purse while she was sleeping. The victim and his mother are originally from North Carolina, however, they were staying at the Knights Inn hotel at the time of the incident. The infant is currently in critical condition following surgery at Children’s Hospital in DeKalb County. Police have since impounded the car of the victim’s mother and are working to secure a search warrant. AJC

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