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Primoff’s lawyer said she “absolutely was not abandoning her children,” when she asked them to leave the car, according to The Journal News.
In fact, she just drove around the block, but when she came back, she could only find her 12-year-old daughter. The sisters had separated, and Primoff’s 10-year-old daughter had been found by someone else and taken to an ice cream parlor.
Primoff checked the area, and then sought her husband and father’s help in finding the other girl. When she called authorities, she learned that the youngster had been taken to the police station.
All that said, I don't think still she should have been charged with a crime.