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Jessica Woods Allegedly Tries Selling Toddler

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In a shocking incident in Palatka, Florida, a mother allegedly attempted to sell her 18-month-old daughter for $500.

Jessica Woods, 33, was seen loitering outside an H&R Block location with her toddler when a bank employee approached her. After failing to find a buyer, Woods reportedly abandoned the child last week.

The case has outraged the community, spotlighting child endangerment and parental desperation. Authorities are probing the alarming incident, with expected charges against Woods for child neglect and endangerment.

The incident has sparked talks on support for families in need to avert crises. As the probe goes on, child services will step in to safeguard the toddler and evaluate the family’s need for help.

The community is uniting to support the child and bolster protections for the vulnerable. This case underscores the vital importance of social services and community vigilance in child safety.

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