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All Crime Is Personal

23-year-old Silvia Marcial was arrested in Sacramento, California after she left her 1-year-old son with a stranger.

She handed over her kid to a homeless woman. When she didn’t return the homeless woman took the child to her camp.

When Marcial returned and the homeless woman and her child wasn’t there she called police. The homeless woman returned the child with no issue and Marcial was arrested.

Marcial claims that the reason she left her son with the woman was because she needed to use the bathroom. I’m sure it had nothing to do with anything illegal.

I remember being a young child and being dragged into many a women’s bathroom by my mom when she needed to go. Especially at 1-year-old when kids really don’t know what they may be witnessing why would you not take your kid with you?

Thnaks to Sarah for the tip.

40 thoughts on “Need to use the bathroom? Leave your kid with a stranger

  1. Oceanic says:

    Yup. I’m in the Midwest, and I can smell the bs from here.

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  2. Oceanic says:

    Yup. I’m in the Midwest, and I can smell the bs from here.

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  3. Porsha says:

    People are so fucking stupid, after all what is seen on tv and all we hear about ppl still remain ding bats. If you don’t want them give em up for adoption, versus putting them in harms way with a STRANGER!!!!

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  4. Porsha says:

    People are so fucking stupid, after all what is seen on tv and all we hear about ppl still remain ding bats. If you don’t want them give em up for adoption, versus putting them in harms way with a STRANGER!!!!

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  5. Kathy says:

    Wow… I say shenanigans. I’ve dragged my 3 y/o son into the women’s restroom with me. I have endured the loud questions “Mommy, are you gonna poop? Mommy, you’re peeing in the potty! Good girl!” So, what if the women in the other stalls snicker and laugh. At least my kid is safe. Although, it can be bothersome when your child (or someone else’s child) peers under the wall to see the people in the next stall.

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  6. Kathy says:

    Wow… I say shenanigans. I’ve dragged my 3 y/o son into the women’s restroom with me. I have endured the loud questions “Mommy, are you gonna poop? Mommy, you’re peeing in the potty! Good girl!” So, what if the women in the other stalls snicker and laugh. At least my kid is safe. Although, it can be bothersome when your child (or someone else’s child) peers under the wall to see the people in the next stall.

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  7. Tink says:

    I drag my 4 year old son in with me all the time. I get questions like “Is it poopy or peepee?” “Why do YOU have to sit?” “Wow Mom! That was a good one! You deserve a magnet when we get home!” (He got magnets on a chart for chores and potty when he was learning). Endlessly embarrassing, but I think most women in the room understand.

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  8. Tink says:

    I drag my 4 year old son in with me all the time. I get questions like “Is it poopy or peepee?” “Why do YOU have to sit?” “Wow Mom! That was a good one! You deserve a magnet when we get home!” (He got magnets on a chart for chores and potty when he was learning). Endlessly embarrassing, but I think most women in the room understand.

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  9. April says:

    My son is 9 and I still make him go with me. If the ladies room is full and he has to go, I will send him into the men’s restroom and talk to him through the door. The minute he doesn’t answer me, I will bust through the door… regardless of what I might see. That’s my child. My only child. I will protect him at any cost. I’m calling stinky on this bitch! She was up to something and didn’t want the kid with her. Thank God the homeless woman was a decent human being. This could have ended with a dead child.

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  10. April says:

    My son is 9 and I still make him go with me. If the ladies room is full and he has to go, I will send him into the men’s restroom and talk to him through the door. The minute he doesn’t answer me, I will bust through the door… regardless of what I might see. That’s my child. My only child. I will protect him at any cost. I’m calling stinky on this bitch! She was up to something and didn’t want the kid with her. Thank God the homeless woman was a decent human being. This could have ended with a dead child.

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  11. Lily says:

    My kids still have to come in the womans restroom with me if their dad isn’t with us, lol. I just tell them close your eyes. This site is just full of idiotic selfish parents! I can’t believe that these people were allowed to breed in the first place!! ❗

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  12. Lily says:

    My kids still have to come in the womans restroom with me if their dad isn’t with us, lol. I just tell them close your eyes. This site is just full of idiotic selfish parents! I can’t believe that these people were allowed to breed in the first place!! ❗

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  13. Jenn from NM says:

    Shoot, I’ve even seen stalls in a few places out here that have a little seat on the wall where you can strap your child in while you do your business (which cuts down on under stall peeping, or my personal fave the crawl under and pull a runner). I take my three year old son in with me all the time, or leave him with his dad if his dad is in the store with me (daddy hates shopping so that doesn’t happen very often).

    Almost sounds like mommy was trying to ditch the baby, or frame the homeless women (like she didn’t have enough problems or her own).

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  14. Jenn from NM says:

    Shoot, I’ve even seen stalls in a few places out here that have a little seat on the wall where you can strap your child in while you do your business (which cuts down on under stall peeping, or my personal fave the crawl under and pull a runner). I take my three year old son in with me all the time, or leave him with his dad if his dad is in the store with me (daddy hates shopping so that doesn’t happen very often).

    Almost sounds like mommy was trying to ditch the baby, or frame the homeless women (like she didn’t have enough problems or her own).

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  15. April says:

    Hmmmm…..

    http://www.fox40.com/news/headlines/ktxl-news-surveillanceshowshomelesswomanwithchild,0,3756879.story

    Orange shirt… Blue stroller… Looks like any other woman out shopping with a child.

    But within hours, the child’s real mother is under arrest. And her son, one year old Christian, is a ward of the state.

    “She gave me a kid in a stroller,” said Angela Furry, the woman who appears in surveillance video with the boy.

    Do you know who these people are?

    “No I don’t,” she said.

    She’s the woman 23-year-old Silvia Marcial left her son with. Her name is Angela Furry. She’s a transient who camps near by. Marcial told FOX 40’s Lonnie Wong in a jailhouse interview that she asked Furry to watch her son so she could go to the bathroom.

    “It doesn’t seem reasonable that you would just go into the restroom and not take the child with you,” said Sacramento Police Sgt. Norm Leong. “Or you wouldn’t find store security… or a manager…?”

    While Marcial didn’t do that, Angela Furry did. In that video we mentioned in the beginning of this story you see Furry with Marcial’s son. And she does speak to security. The guard told us she asked a strange question too: wanting to know if the store had security cameras

    When the guard tells her they do, she walks right back out again.

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  16. April says:

    Hmmmm…..

    http://www.fox40.com/news/headlines/ktxl-news-surveillanceshowshomelesswomanwithchild,0,3756879.story

    Orange shirt… Blue stroller… Looks like any other woman out shopping with a child.

    But within hours, the child’s real mother is under arrest. And her son, one year old Christian, is a ward of the state.

    “She gave me a kid in a stroller,” said Angela Furry, the woman who appears in surveillance video with the boy.

    Do you know who these people are?

    “No I don’t,” she said.

    She’s the woman 23-year-old Silvia Marcial left her son with. Her name is Angela Furry. She’s a transient who camps near by. Marcial told FOX 40’s Lonnie Wong in a jailhouse interview that she asked Furry to watch her son so she could go to the bathroom.

    “It doesn’t seem reasonable that you would just go into the restroom and not take the child with you,” said Sacramento Police Sgt. Norm Leong. “Or you wouldn’t find store security… or a manager…?”

    While Marcial didn’t do that, Angela Furry did. In that video we mentioned in the beginning of this story you see Furry with Marcial’s son. And she does speak to security. The guard told us she asked a strange question too: wanting to know if the store had security cameras

    When the guard tells her they do, she walks right back out again.

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  17. April says:

    Surprise, surprise….. Marcial has a history of DUI and drug arrests.

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  18. April says:

    Surprise, surprise….. Marcial has a history of DUI and drug arrests.

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  19. Amanda says:

    What a douche!
    At least the baby was taken from her before she could cause him any physical and emotional damage.
    This could have turned out a lot worse.

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    1. April says:

      The ytook the baby… For now…. You know these c***s always get their babies back. What a shame – considering there are actually people in the world that will love and protect that baby more than she could ever dream to. Useless cum dumpster.

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  20. Amanda says:

    What a douche!
    At least the baby was taken from her before she could cause him any physical and emotional damage.
    This could have turned out a lot worse.

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    1. April says:

      The ytook the baby… For now…. You know these c***s always get their babies back. What a shame – considering there are actually people in the world that will love and protect that baby more than she could ever dream to. Useless cum dumpster.

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  21. Anonymous says:

    As a single mother of a boy, for about 3 years, I took him in the bathroom with me all the time. I remember some woman “tsking” me when he was about 4 years old. I just gave her a dirty look. Like I’m going to leave my four year old son out there, ALONE, for some molester to come by and steal him? I don’t think so.

    Can’t imagine handing him over to a homeless woman, either. She had to have an ulterior motive.

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  22. Soobs says:

    As a single mother of a boy, for about 3 years, I took him in the bathroom with me all the time. I remember some woman “tsking” me when he was about 4 years old. I just gave her a dirty look. Like I’m going to leave my four year old son out there, ALONE, for some molester to come by and steal him? I don’t think so.

    Can’t imagine handing him over to a homeless woman, either. She had to have an ulterior motive.

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  23. bellasmommy says:

    Wow… I don’t have a son but I have two girls and they go to the restroom with me no matter what I remember my daughter yelling once at the mall bathroom you need a tampon don’t worry I got your purse I can get you tampons at the top of her lungs… its life embrassing but life and to just ask a stranger to watch my babies id rather pee in pants no excuse for what she did!!

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  24. bellasmommy says:

    Wow… I don’t have a son but I have two girls and they go to the restroom with me no matter what I remember my daughter yelling once at the mall bathroom you need a tampon don’t worry I got your purse I can get you tampons at the top of her lungs… its life embrassing but life and to just ask a stranger to watch my babies id rather pee in pants no excuse for what she did!!

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  25. jj999 says:

    Sounds like the homeless lady was a more responsible person than the actual mother. Damn shame.

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  26. jj999 says:

    Sounds like the homeless lady was a more responsible person than the actual mother. Damn shame.

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  27. More poisonous parenting.

    Good grief. I don’t remember how old I was before my mom stopped making me go into the ladies room with her. But I remember when we traveled via bus, there was no way I’d be going into the men’s room by myself.

    As a gay man and adopted father of two, I think stories like this make an important point: that one has the ability to procreate does not mean one also has sense enough to raise a child.

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    1. Deena says:

      Well said Terrance…. I couldn’t agree more!

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  28. More poisonous parenting.

    Good grief. I don’t remember how old I was before my mom stopped making me go into the ladies room with her. But I remember when we traveled via bus, there was no way I’d be going into the men’s room by myself.

    As a gay man and adopted father of two, I think stories like this make an important point: that one has the ability to procreate does not mean one also has sense enough to raise a child.

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    1. Deena says:

      Well said Terrance…. I couldn’t agree more!

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  29. Kathy says:

    OK..I havent seen the whole situation here. But, yesterday I took my 6yr old to an indoor playground where I struck up a conversation with another Mom…about an hour later she needed to use the restroom and asked me if I would PLEASE keep an eye on her son and two nephews. Was she OK to ask me??…I though so. I dont know how this woman(in the story) came to ask this homeless woman that lived in a camp…but SOMETIMES..you feel Ok to ask for help. I actually used the rest room my self…and told my son where i was and if he needed me to come right in (this was a very small facility..playplace) in a small community,,does it make a difference..was i wrong to run in and Pee..or to watch a strangers kids..oh ya and if you leave they check your bracelet and kids (they take your shoes from you apon entering) the basket # and bracelet # have to match up with the child. I wish I knew more about this situation before judging her….and can you tell me if I was wrong also?? I have a 17 year old too..and have been wicked over protected with him…to this day.. πŸ™‚

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  30. Kathy says:

    OK..I havent seen the whole situation here. But, yesterday I took my 6yr old to an indoor playground where I struck up a conversation with another Mom…about an hour later she needed to use the restroom and asked me if I would PLEASE keep an eye on her son and two nephews. Was she OK to ask me??…I though so. I dont know how this woman(in the story) came to ask this homeless woman that lived in a camp…but SOMETIMES..you feel Ok to ask for help. I actually used the rest room my self…and told my son where i was and if he needed me to come right in (this was a very small facility..playplace) in a small community,,does it make a difference..was i wrong to run in and Pee..or to watch a strangers kids..oh ya and if you leave they check your bracelet and kids (they take your shoes from you apon entering) the basket # and bracelet # have to match up with the child. I wish I knew more about this situation before judging her….and can you tell me if I was wrong also?? I have a 17 year old too..and have been wicked over protected with him…to this day.. πŸ™‚

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  31. Kathy says:

    OH..before everyone FRAKS..i would NEVER leave my son or let him use the mens room in a mall..he ALWAYS has to come with ME!. If we go to a restuarant…he cant use the mens room unless Dad takes hinm or its a single facility…and we wait outside the door…dont want to give you guys the wrong impression…I hate child abusers or molestors! I love my kids and protect them always..just sometimes in very limited situations I will turn my back for a few..but only if i really think its a safe situation..which is very seldom!

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  32. Kathy says:

    OH..before everyone FRAKS..i would NEVER leave my son or let him use the mens room in a mall..he ALWAYS has to come with ME!. If we go to a restuarant…he cant use the mens room unless Dad takes hinm or its a single facility…and we wait outside the door…dont want to give you guys the wrong impression…I hate child abusers or molestors! I love my kids and protect them always..just sometimes in very limited situations I will turn my back for a few..but only if i really think its a safe situation..which is very seldom!

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  33. Isidora says:

    Pity the poor *man* who needs to pee and has a small girl in tow.

    My brother-in-law had taken my three-or-four-year-old niece to the public library when Nature’s call struck. A few moments of thought, and the ingenuity necessary to parents, (mostly) saved the day. He tucked her behind him, and scouted the men’s room ahead enough to ensure all were zipped.

    “Ew! Daddy! This is the boys’ bathroom!”

    Informing her he was a boy, he whisked her into a stall. He then sternly informed her that she was to turn her back and face the door. And he then turned his back, to his great relief.

    Alas, the pressure of natural gas also needed relief.

    “EWWWW! DADDEEEEE! YOUR BOTTOM IS STINKY!”

    This resulted in a bathroom filled with male giggles. It resulted in a funny embarrassing story for Daddy to tell. (And to have his purportedly loving family post on the web. 😈 ) IT DID NOT RESULT IN HIM HANDING HER OFF TO A RANDOM STRANGER. Damn, bitch, just take the kid with you!

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  34. Isidora says:

    Pity the poor *man* who needs to pee and has a small girl in tow.

    My brother-in-law had taken my three-or-four-year-old niece to the public library when Nature’s call struck. A few moments of thought, and the ingenuity necessary to parents, (mostly) saved the day. He tucked her behind him, and scouted the men’s room ahead enough to ensure all were zipped.

    “Ew! Daddy! This is the boys’ bathroom!”

    Informing her he was a boy, he whisked her into a stall. He then sternly informed her that she was to turn her back and face the door. And he then turned his back, to his great relief.

    Alas, the pressure of natural gas also needed relief.

    “EWWWW! DADDEEEEE! YOUR BOTTOM IS STINKY!”

    This resulted in a bathroom filled with male giggles. It resulted in a funny embarrassing story for Daddy to tell. (And to have his purportedly loving family post on the web. 😈 ) IT DID NOT RESULT IN HIM HANDING HER OFF TO A RANDOM STRANGER. Damn, bitch, just take the kid with you!

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