Florida Man Arrested After Leaving Four-Month-Old Infant In Car While He Partied In Strip Club

Andrew+Clayton+SosaIf police accounts are proven, Andrew Sosa of Cape Coral, Florida stands as one of the truly worst human beings in the news this week. Sosa was arrested for child neglect after he allegedly left an infant in a car for hours as he partied in a strip club.

A bystander spotted the infant in the back of a Kia Optima and flagged down a police cruiser. Sosa parked in the far corner of the parking lot. Unable to open the car, the officer broke a window and retrieved the baby covered in vomit and suffering from mild dehydration. Police say that Sosa eventually left the club when the manager announced that someone left their lights on a Kia and spotted the police around his car . . . and went back into the club. If this is his kid, that only magnifies the depravity of the act. For all he knew, the baby was injured but decided to go back into the club rather than find out.

The four-month-old baby girl is expected to recover fully. Local reporters say that Sosa has a violent record, including a prior arrest for beating up his pregnant girlfriend. While the baby is reportedly “home with her mother” I would be equally concerned about her judgment in leaving a baby with such a person.

Source: NBC

35 thoughts on “Florida Man Arrested After Leaving Four-Month-Old Infant In Car While He Partied In Strip Club”

  1. I’m sorry, but you’ve mistaken me for someone who thinks you know what you’re talking about, Dredd.

    I know you don’t know what you’re talking about, thus I weight your statements accordingly.

  2. And by the way, Mead does not cause dain brammage unless you are already dain brammaged, which figures:

    Mead (also known as honeywine) has been around for millennia. And mead makers (mazers) have spent most of that time honing their craft. In fact it could be argued that wine makers are the copy cats.

    Mead has a vast history from many lands and civilizations. Mead was very widespread because it is made from honey and honey was a universal source of sugar. Whether you are in China, Africa, Europe, or North America there are honey bees. Mead that is made and consumed in Ethiopia and Eritrea is called Tej. It takes sugar to make alcohol, whether it is grapes, sugarcane, grain sugar or honey. Gotmead.com has lots of mead info.

    (Hidden Legend Winery). Lame meadichlorian grandpa.

  3. Gene H,

    I was replying to DogBiscuitGuy and his Gene.
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    Didn’t know you were a sailor, but did know you do not know a quote from a boat.

    I was quoting professors who dealt with students like you who do not care about the facts, only about your continually distorted misrepresentations.

  4. If you’re talking about me, Dredd, please point to any post where I’ve claimed DNA was in itself a lifeform or alive. You can’t. You’re welcome to try though.

    That would be a ridiculous claim.

    Almost as ridiculous as claiming microbes practice science and/or religion or purposefully utilize quantum mechanics.

    Almost.

    Besides, those of us who actually understand the science we read know that behavior is a result of both genetic predisposition and environment.

    As for you being able to educate anyone on matters of biology?

    Good luck with that, Midichlorian Boy.

  5. This guy does take the award for idiot of the month. He should not be allowed to be alone with the child again. He would get the stupidity award just for the wonderful tattoos adorning his neck!

  6. Nothing says “I’m a risk to leave child with” quite like a smathering of neck tattoos.

  7. DogBiscuitGuy 1, December 9, 2013 at 1:53 pm

    We got a sailor here on the marina named Gene and he says that Genes are not molecular machines and are alive.
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    He makes educating puppies difficult:

    We are involved in a project to incorporate innovative assessments within a reform-based large-lecture biochemistry course for nonmajors. We not only assessed misconceptions but purposefully changed instruction throughout the semester to confront student ideas. Our research questions targeted student conceptions of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) along with understanding in what ways classroom discussions/activities influence student conceptions. Data sources included pre-/post-assessments, semi-structured interviews, and student work on exams/assessments. We found that students held misconceptions about the chemical nature of DNA, with 63 % of students claiming that DNA is alive prior to instruction. The chemical nature of DNA is an important fundamental concept in science fields. We confronted this misconception throughout the semester collecting data from several instructional interventions. Case studies of individual students revealed how various instructional strategies/assessments allowed students to construct and demonstrate the scientifically accepted understanding of the chemical nature of DNA. However, the post-assessment exposed that 40 % of students still held misconceptions about DNA, indicating the persistent nature of this misconception. Implications for teaching and learning are discussed.

    (Putting A Face On Machine Mutation – 4, quoting “Is DNA Alive?, Research in Science Education, Volume 43, Issue 4, Aug. 2013, pp.1361-1375″). Even colleges and universities cannot cure the stupid for those happy in grandpa’s trance.

  8. Honest to God! What is wrong with some people? When raised in such a neglectful dysfunctional environment, how could they grow into normal adults? Not genetic, pathetic is correct.

  9. We got a sailor here on the marina named Gene and he says that Genes are not molecular machines and are alive.

  10. I am a paralegal and 95% of my cases are child custody complaints.
    This does seem to me to be a case that must be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. This guy, if proven guilty, should be sent away for a very long time. The mother must also come under the microscope. If it is proven by Child Support Services that she had knowledge of this guys behavior or is just too plain stupid to understand the protection of ones child, then this little girl must be removed from her care.
    With all we know and see of cops who have no sense proportion and who have forgotten that we are a citizenry conceived in Liberty, this one cop should be honored and commended for protecting children.

    Stephan Gregory Patterson,…….

  11. Some here on this blog keep saying this type of behavior is genetic (psychopath).

    I say it is pathetic, not genetic, because a gene just can’t be that selfish in order to promulgate sexual reproduction.

    Mainly because genes are not alive, they are molecular machines.

  12. People who wear tattoos bear witness to their dumbness and depravity. My father had one tattoo. On his arm. Some flower. He had a saying about tattoos: One tattoo– drunk at a carnival. Two tattoos- sailor. Three or more tattoos- INMATE. Schmucko here looks like an inmate. Why did the mother let inmate take the child off in some Jap car?

  13. Cape Coral…… Alligators have been known to consume folks….. It’d be awful if he was left for gator bait….

  14. Winner of a mother leavingpolyamory the infant with this sorry excuse for a human. Stupid thing is (actually, there are many stupid things to pick from, let’s make it the “Ironic thing is”…) he probably would have been mobbed by the ladies in the club if he found a way to bring the infant in with him.

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