Debra Harrell plans to file a lawsuit against the news station which posted her private information including social security number and home address.
Debra Harrell, the North Augusta, SC mother who was arrested for letting her 9-year-old daughter play in a park unsupervised, has suffered another injustice: The local ABC News affiliate covering her story posted her personal information on the internet.
Fifteen days ago, we heard about South Carolina mom Debra Harrell, who was arrested when her 9-year-old daughter was found playing in a park alone. On Wednesday morning, the Today show aired the story of Florida resident Nicole Gainey, who was arrested when her 7-year-old son was spotted walking to a park by himself.
An update: Debra Harrell, the mother who was arrested and charged with "unlawful conduct" after adults saw her daughter playing in a park alone, has been fired from her job at McDonald's.
Yesterday we learned about Debra Harrell, the mother who was arrested on charges of "unlawful conduct" after she let her kid play in a park while she worked at a nearby McDonald's. Today, a woman who doesn't know Harrell at all has started a fundraising effort.
Aiken County, South Carolina resident Deborah Harrell has been booked on charges of "unlawful conduct" after she confessed to leaving her 9-year-old daughter at a park while she went to work.