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East Liverpool Police Reports for 4-9

April 9, 2014
The Review

A manager at the Dairy Queen on West Eighth Street complained of a case of suspected child abuse in which a woman hit a child, knocking him to the floor. The surveillance video was viewed by an officer, who reported the child was warned by the woman repeatedly to stop touching an Easter basket on the counter. The woman swatted the child's arm, causing him to fall, and the woman helped him up, according to reports which noted the child was not crying or visibly upset, nor did any other customers express alarm at what had occurred. When the officer deemed no abuse occurred, the manager was not satisfied, so the officer had his superior officers view the tape, and it was determined no abuse took place, according to reports.



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