UPDATE 11:08 am
A woman accused of abandoning a child will remain in jail despite getting a relatively low bond for a misdemeanor charge. Myeisha Walker appeared before a judge today. This is days after an incident near the Waffle House on Government Street. Early Friday morning someone found an 8-month-old child alone, unattended. The child was taken to the Waffle House while police were called.
Walker was subsequently arrested. An ADA reading the charge said Walker was found “naked dancing in the middle of Dauphin Island Parkway likely under the influence of an unknown substance.” She was assigned a lawyer and given a $1,000 bond. Walker said in court she couldn’t make that bond amount. She will likely remain in jail. The case is set to go to trial on March 7th. Walker was also ordered to have no contact with the child.
Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) — A woman charged with child endangerment after her 7-month-old was found outside alone near a Waffle House in Mobile Friday morning is expected in court this morning. 23-year-old Myeishsa Walker is scheduled for a hearing in court this morning. It will likely be a bond hearing. Walker was initially supposed to appear for a bond hearing yesterday but court officials said she became ill and couldn’t appear Monday morning.
The infant’s mother was found in the 500 block of Dauphin Island Parkway naked and appeared to be under the influence of an unknown substance, police tell News 5. The child was taken into DHR custody.