A Tampa day care center director / van driver was arrested recently after she left a three year old boy (Jusean) unattended in the day care van for approximately 3 hours. A county investigator happened to be in the area at the time and found the child in the van. The driver (Sonja P. Anderson), who also serves a the director for the day care center, not only forgot the child but is also being accused by law enforcement authorities for falsifying the log that indicated the boy was taken out of the van upon arrival. Day care center transportation logs are very helpful but only if the work and supervision are completed and then properly documented in the log. You can read more about this story at Tampa Day Care Center Director Arrested After Child Left in Van.
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