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July 8, 2014 11:02 AM

York mom cited after leaving children in unlocked car at Rock Hill store

A York mother was cited with cruelty to children after police say she left her three children in an unlocked car outside a Rock Hill grocery store on Monday, although she had the air conditioning running and requested a friend to watch them.

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