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Warrants issued for parents who abandoned tot in Butler County

| Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2007

Warrants were obtained Monday for the missing parents of a toddler who was found alone in a camper last week in Butler County

George Washington Staley III, 39, and Katie L. Klein, 27, whose address is unknown, are charged with reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare of children, state police said. Anyone who knows where they are is asked to call troopers at 724-284-8100.

Troopers were investigating another incident Wednesday night along Boyers Road in Marion when they heard crying inside the filthy camper and saw the unattended 1-year-old boy standing on a sofa looking out the window. The child was turned over to Butler County Children and Youth Services.

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