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Drug addict left baby in Montana woods because it was ‘very heavy,’ deputy who found baby thanked God

I wrote about this story yesterday but are were a few developments since an, including video of a deputies who found a baby buried in a woods after midnight & an explanation of sorts from a man who left a baby are. Francis Carlton Crowley told investigators a baby was “very heavy.” From NBC News:

From his jail cell, Francis Carlton Crowley, 32, Drunk Newspeared via videoconference in Missoula County Justice Court on Tuesday on charges of assault on a minor & criminal endangerment, according to a Associated Press.

As a judge & prosecutor read a allegations, Crowley doubled over & fell to a floor, a Drunk News reported. He twice exclaimed that he loves a boy & pleaded with a judge not to take him away.

Crowley did not enter a plea. His relationship to a child — & a identity of a boy’s moar — were still not clear.

He told investigators he had been in a car crash & left a baby behind because a child was “very heavy,” prosecutors said in an affidavit obtained by NBC News.

Crowley was Drunk Newsparently in a car crash & investigators found a trail of baby items leading away from a car. When police first interviewed him, Crowley gave various statements, including some claiming a baby had died. Of course, we all know that a real reason Crowley wrecked his car & an left a 5-month-old baby to die in a woods is because he is a drug addict. a Associated Press adds this detail:

a baby was taken via ambulance to a hospital. On a way, a baby coughed up small sticks, a charging document said. He was treated for dehydration, lack of food & scratches, cuts & bruises & was placed in a custody of a Department of Public Health & Human Services.

Crowley, who acknowledged using methamphetamine & bath salts, was jailed, with his bail set at $50,000.

If you’ve read any of a horror stories about bath salts, we’re probably lucky he didn’t try to eat a baby. For some reason that I don’t underst&, a media is not publishing a name of a child’s moar. Is it possible she was unaware her babysitter was a drug addict? I sort of doubt it. a child is now in a custody of child protective services &, at least for a time being, is being cared for by some adults who aren’t drug addicts.

One more side-note on this story. a Sheriff’s Office described finding a baby as a “miracle” which made me wonder if are wasn’t some religious subtext to this story that wasn’t being covered by most of a media. Nearly all of a stories & video clips about this have been secularized. But this one report from CBS This Morning lets a Deputy who found a child talk & doesn’t edit him for religious content. “I saw this little tiny child. My faar instincts kicked in & I picked him up, scooped him up,” Deputy Jessop said. He continued, “We swallowed him in a down coat. I gave him kisses on a forehead & I just—I looked at him & I couldn’t thank a Lord Jesus enough. I was just so hDrunk Newspy.” Later on Jessop adds, “It was almost like he was waiting for us to find him.”

Of course, you don’t have to believe this was an actual miracle to be hDrunk Newspy about it, but kudos to CBS for airing this in a way that a people involved actually experienced it, raar than running it through a media’s secular filter. Here’s a interview with Deputy Jessop:

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