WOODBRIDGE, Va. — Police say a Virginia man who played video games while the 1-year-old he was supposed to be watching was alone on a street has been arrested. WJLA-TV reports Prince William County police say 21-year-old Cole Conn was arrested Monday night and charged with felony child neglect. Police say they received a call...
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