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Amanda Jardinez was charged with six counts for leaving a minor, along with deliberate danger after being arrested in Pulaski County on Saturday

Mother, 34, arrested for leaving her two children and four other children in a Kentucky Walmart before she fled in a car with her boyfriend and his five-year-old daughter

  • Amanda Jardinez was charged with six counts for leaving a minor, along with deliberate danger after being arrested in Pulaski County on Saturday
  • According to the Columbia Police Department, the 34-year-old mother had brought six young people – including her two children – into a Columbia Walmart
  • All children are said to be between six and eleven years old
  • Jardinez left so she could get a MoneyGram transfer with her friend James Holovich and was arrested Saturday
  • She is currently being held at the Rockcastle County detention center and has a total bond of $ 23,000
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Amanda Jardinez was charged with six counts for leaving a minor, along with deliberate danger after being arrested in Pulaski County on Saturday

Amanda Jardinez was charged with six counts for leaving a minor, along with deliberate danger after being arrested in Pulaski County on Saturday

The Kentucky police have detained a woman who allegedly left six children in a Walmart area while she left to get a bank transfer with her boyfriend.

Amanda Jardinez was charged with six counts for leaving a minor, along with deliberate danger after being arrested in Pulaski County on Saturday.

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According to the Columbia Police Department, the 34-year-old mother had brought six young people – including her two children – into a Columbia Walmart.

All children are said to be between six and eleven years old.

Reportedly, Jardinez told the children to find a Walmart employee while leaving the premises hoping to get a MoneyGram transfer.

Three of the children tried to follow Jardinez, but she said they should go back in, the police said in one report.

All the children she left in the Walmart ranged from 6 to 11 years. Two were her children (she often photographs four on her social media)

All the children she left in the Walmart ranged from 6 to 11 years. Two were her children (she often photographs four on her social media)

All the children she left in the Walmart ranged from 6 to 11 years. Two were her children (she often photographs four on her social media)

The mother would then have left the store with a man who would be her boyfriend, James Holovich, and his five-year-old daughter in a blue Dodge Caravan.

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Jardinez also had an excellent order from Rockcastle County for not appearing for a running attack charge, the report reports.

The mother would then have left the store with a man who would be her boyfriend, James Holovich, and his five-year-old daughter in a blue Dodge Caravan. Holovich has not been detained

The mother would then have left the store with a man who would be her boyfriend, James Holovich, and his five-year-old daughter in a blue Dodge Caravan. Holovich has not been detained

The mother would then have left the store with a man who would be her boyfriend, James Holovich, and his five-year-old daughter in a blue Dodge Caravan. Holovich has not been detained

She is currently being held at the Rockcastle County detention center and has a total bond of $ 23,000. $ 3000 of her bond is for the attack, while the rest for her indictment is in Adair County.

Officers and social services are still investigating the matter.

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Holovich has not been detained and both he and Jardinez would have last lived in Somerset Kentucky.

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