They may also have feeding issues. The spectators were just some of the supporters calling for mercy for Diana Elliott, who stands accused of abandoning her mute year-old son, who police say has Down Syndrome, at Grady Memorial Hospital last week. Rawlings said he knows some residents think DFCS is an agency that separates families but in fact, that is the last thing they want to do. In some cases, children can spend a month in the hospital due to complications, Arno said. Elliott was charged with first-degree child cruelty, a crime that carries a sentence of between five and 20 years in prison. Articles about the case caught fire online, leading some on social media to express sympathy for the year-old mother.
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