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Sheriff: Woman Left Children Alone In Car, Charged With Neglect

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Antraketa Greene Antraketa Greene
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. -

A Spartanburg County woman was charged with child neglect after leaving her children in a car outside a Walgreens store.

Antraketa Greene was charged with three counts of child neglect for the incident on April 26 by the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office.

She was arrested and released on $7,500 bond Wednesday.

The SCSO incident report says a customer saw three children sitting in a Ford Expedition outside the store on Reidville Road without an adult present. The windows of the vehicle were down and the windshield wipers were moving according to the witness.

That witness says she watched the children for 15 to 20 minutes before going to get the store manager. The witness called police and took the children inside the store.

Deputies wrote in the report Greene said she was in the Walgreens photo department to print off some pictures, The deputy wasn't able to determine exactly how long the children had been left unattended.

The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office reports a complaint was filed on November 6, 2012 on a report Greene left her children without an adult present in a motel room.

Greene was arrested and charged with four counts of child neglect two days later. The children were turned over to the care of their maternal grandmother. 
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