UPDATE 7/6/15- Sandra McClary, 26, came forward as the mother of the baby. She told the police that the baby was suppose to be with her father, but police were able to put McClary on Druid Hill Avenue that night. Although police determined that the child may have come off of the car, their investigation led them to the discovery that McClary put the child on the side of the road and she has been arrested and charged with neglect.
According to WBALTV News Sandra Clara McClary and Philip Thomas McGowans IV from Brooklyn Park, Maryland were arrested after a series of store robberies.
Spencer’s One Stop Convenience Store and the Village Liquor Store were robbed on July 25 and Aug. 11, 2014.
|Philip McGowans and Sandra McClary|
Original story: A baby that was found along side a Maryland road late Saturday night possible fell off of the car. (It was later found by police the baby was put there on purpose).
Just before midnight a call came into the police that a baby in a car seat carrier was found in the 900 block of Druid Hill Avenue in Pasadena. Neighbors saw the car carrier alongside the road and thought it was empty and were shocked to find a baby sitting in the seat.
Because of the scuff marks on the carrier and a diaper baby and formula found near by, police are theorizing that the baby fell off a moving car. The baby was thought to be around 2-3 months old.
The baby’s picture was posted on social media and a woman came forward claiming to be the mother on Sunday.
On the Anne Arundel County Police Dept. Facebook page: “Woman who came forward has been confirmed as mother of the infant. Investigation continues as we work with the Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney’s Office.”
“(11:30 a.m.) Update- A woman, claiming to be the mother of the infant, has come forward after seeing these reports via social media. (Thank you all for sharing) We have not developed a reason this incident occurred, but investigators continue to interview the woman.
The infant is in good condition and currently in the custody of social services. We’ll keep you posted on any developments.”
If you have any information about this incident, please call the Anne Arundel County Police Dept. at 410-222-6145,