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A Unity woman is accused of leaving her 10-year-old daughter alone inside a car in the Rivers Casino parking garage in Pittsburgh for more than six hours while she went inside to gamble. Gerald Pflug, authorities plan to charge Nicole Marie Inks, 36, with endangering the welfare of children and reckless endangerment. Inks was gambling when officials found her, Pflug said.
The child was left alone in a car inside the parking garage about p.m. Inks also told police she had a friend with her who she thought was going to take her daughter home, but the friend left the casino and didn’t come back, Pflug said.
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Inks told police that she initially went into the casino to buy a gift card and lost track of time.
Pflug said the child left the casino with an aunt, but he was unsure of the child’s whereabouts Tuesday.
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Jack Horner, a spokesman for the casino, issued a statement Tuesday that said Inks has been banned from the casino for life.
“We cannot stop parents from making bad choices, but we are vigilant in our efforts to prevent such incidents from occurring at Rivers,” the statement said.