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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

1-year-old, Zarion Robinson, dies in crash after woman steals car with him

1-year-old dies in crash after woman steals car with him. Authorities said a Milwaukee woman did not have a valid license when she was driving a stolen car that crashed, killing a 13-month-old boy who was in the rear seat.

The 31-year-old woman faces a charge of knowingly operating a motor vehicle without a valid license, causing death. It was not clear Wednesday if she had yet appeared before a judge.

Zarion Robinson's mother told police her son was in the unlocked car late Friday when she went back inside her home to get something. While she was inside, someone drove away in the car with the boy still in the rear seat, according to a medical examiner’s report.

First responders found Zarion awake and crying in his car seat, which was face-down on the floor of the Pontiac’s backseat, according to TMJ4,  

He and the driver were both transported to the hospital, where the infant was eventually pronounced dead with his mother by his side. The alleged thief was treated for non-life-threatening injuries before being taken into custody.

Zarion Robinson was pronounced dead at Children’s Hospital at 1:10 a.m. on Saturday, less than two hours after a 31-year-old woman crashed his mother’s white Pontiac while he was in the backseat, news station TMJ4 reported.

Zarion – who died the same day he turned 13 months old – was in an unsecured car seat in the back of his mother’s unlocked car outside her home late Friday night, the outlet said.

In an interview with the Wisconsin Journal Sentinel, Zarion’s mother Mikayla Tweedie said the reported car thief was an “acquaintance” of hers who was sitting in the backseat of the vehicle before driving away.

“Me and my cousin went inside to drop my cousin’s cat off…She took it upon herself to hop in the driver’s seat and pull off with my child in the car. I called her and said I don’t care about the car, I just want my baby back,” the grieving mother recounted.

Loved ones and locals mourned Zarion on Tuesday night at a vigil and balloon release at the crash site, which is just one block away from the daycare at Bug’s Life Learning Center.

“It’s just scary because as we try to protect the babies and children in our care every day, we find out a baby died in a horrible crash right outside our doors,” owner Katherine Poston told TMJ4.

“Stolen cars and reckless driving have become too much. We need to protect our babies.”

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