06 July 2015

Baby Abandoned On Roadside By Young Mother Who Is Robbery Suspect

After Confessing To Ditching Newborn, Mom ID'd As Robbery Accomplice

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Could the stress of an upcoming trial for armed robbery have led a mother to ditch her newborn baby on the side of a dark road?

Sandra McClary, 26, of Baltimore probably won't be up for mom of the year award any time soon. After abandoning her six-month old daughter on the side of the road in the Pasadena area of Anne Arundel County, late at night on July 4th,  McClary contacted police nearly 11 hours later the next day.

Initially calling in with a confused and conflicting story, at one point McClary said the baby was supposed to be in the custody of the father. Eventually McClary was brought to the Eastern District Station of Anne Arundel Police, where she positively identified the baby. Investigators were able to positively confirm that indeed she was the mother.

It was determined that McClary removed her baby from a car, and placed her in her car seat on the side of the road. She's being charged with child neglect and reckless endangerment and is currently held on a $500,000 bond.

The child is in the care of Social Services.

Robbery While Pregnant?

No stranger to criminal activity, McClary was one half of a duo arrested and charged in a series of area hold ups.
Phillip Thomas McGowans IV (left), Sandra Clara McClary (right)

On 8 September 2014, McClary along with Phillip Thomas McGowans, 26, were charged with multiple counts of armed robbery and related crimes for repeatedly hitting several liquor and convenience stores.

It is unclear if McGowans is the father of the baby.

No word on whether McClary has any other children.

A hearing date for the robberies has been postponed to September.
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