Store Manager Makes Court Appearance

A Lexington store manager, facing charges for not calling police, appeared in court on Wednesday morning.

34-year-old Elizabeth Miller is charged with failing to report an incident. It is a misdemeanor.

A child was found locked inside a hot van outside the Bed, Bath and Beyond on Nicholasville Road in September.

A couple who spotted the child claims Miller told them it was against store policy to get involved with anything happening in the parking lot.

The child's mother, Tanuja Patel, was indicted last month on reduced charges of 2nd degree wanton endangerment.


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  • by len Location: ky on Nov 12, 2008 at 07:40 PM
    everyone involved should be in trouble. the manager should be in trouble too. they knew the child was in the car and did nothing about it. they could remain anoy. and called the police...
  • by mj on Nov 12, 2008 at 12:34 PM
    they should both be locked in a car together all winter....
  • by c Location: fkt on Nov 12, 2008 at 11:53 AM
    I think this whole thing is stupid! Why should the store manager be responisble for something that happened outside? People turn their heads all the time because they don't want to get involved & who can blame them? People are so sue happy these days. The parents who left the child could turn right around and sue the store manager! I hate it that a child was left in the car, but it's the parent's fault AND NO ONE ELSE'S!

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