Curtis Larmore, 26, accused of leaving 4-year-old home all day while he worked. Mugshot via Port St. Lucie Police.
A Port St. Lucie, Fla., man was arrested on Monday after a tipster notified the police that the man was leaving his 4-year-old daughter at home alone all day.
Port St. Lucie police say Curtis Lee Larmore, 26, was allegedly leaving his preschool daughter home alone to fend for herself, Monday through Friday, between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m..
The tipster told police that the father had been leaving the youngster by herself since January, every other week.
The police report also noted that when officers investigated the home, the house was filthy and had strong cat urine odor. Police say the family cat used the little girl’s closet as a litter box. The child also had access to dangerous items, including a knife, scissors, a small torch — all within reach of the girl. The home also had an outdoor pool which was full of water and was not secured and the doors weren’t locked.
The little girl has since been turned over to the custody of relatives while Larmore faces charges of child abuse and child endangerment.
The home of Curtis Larmore, where he allegedly left his preschool daughter home all day to fend for herself. Photo via Port St. Lucie Police.
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