Chattanooga mother cited for neglect and endangerment

Chattanooga mother cited for neglect and endangerment

September 13th, 2011 by Beth Burger in Local - Breaking News

Jacobi S. Honeysucker, of Chattanooga, faces charges of child neglect and reckless endangerment after she left her four-year-old son unattended.

Jacobi S. Honeysucker, of Chattanooga, faces charges of...

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A 22-year-old mother was cited by Chattanooga police after she left her 4-year-old son unattended to go to work at a gas station.

The child left the residence located at 1020 W. 37th St. on Aug. 30 and began walking the streets, searching for his mother, according to an incident report.

Jacobi S. Honeysucker, of Chattanooga, faces charges of child neglect and reckless endangerment. She was given a notice to appear at the Hamilton County Jail by Tuesday to be booked on the charges.

Honeysucker is scheduled to go before General Sessions Court Judge Bob Moon on Sept. 29.