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Woman Charged For Leaving Daughter In Car At Owasso Walmart

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Booking photo of Hannah Secondi. Booking photo of Hannah Secondi.
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Prosecutors filed a charge against a Talala woman who left her 1-year-old daughter in a car at the Owasso Walmart last month.

Hannah Secondi faces a single felony count of child neglect.

According to the arrest report, officers responded to the Walmart at 12101 East 96th Street North on the afternoon of July 28, 2015, after witnesses said a small child was inside a vehicle.

7/28/2015: Related Story: Owasso Police Arrest Woman For Leaving Child In Car

Medics said the internal temperature of the child was over 100 degrees when they took the girl to the hospital.

The arresting officer's body camera video showed he made contact with Secondi as she walked out of the store. According to the officer, Secondi said she was in the Walmart for about 45 minutes and had forgotten the child was in the minivan.

Other shoppers found the girl in the van, got her out and called police.

7/29/2015: Related Story: Couple Rescues Baby Left Inside Car At Owasso Walmart

Secondi posted bond and was released from the Tulsa County Jail a few days after her arrest.

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