If ever someone looked like a meth head it’s this POS who brought along her 10 year old to commit crimes.
Police say that Christina Gaud, 30, was driving the car Friday night when her accomplice, 33-year-old Rodney Snow, robbed a convenience store in Ocala.
Sheriff’s deputies saw a masked man leave the shop at the intersection of State Road 200 and SW 80th Street, and run into a waiting car.
The car then fled from deputies before crashing less than a mile down the road.
According to police, Snow ran from the vehicle and shot himself in a wooded area. He is currently in the hospital in critical condition, reported the Orlando Sentinel.
It is currently unclear how Snow and Gaud are related. Deputies found the child, uninjured, inside the crashed car.
Gaud, of Summerfield, is being held at Marion County Jail on charges of robbery with a firearm, fleeing police and felony child neglect.
The child is with state child protective services while the Florida Department of Children and Families works to find safe placement.
This is not the first time such a situation has occurred.
Asia Griffin, 26, was charged with theft and child neglect after police say she left her child behind when she tried to steal almost $200 in groceries.
When a store manager at a Publix in Tamarac, Florida, grabbed the shopping cart to stop Griffin and a friend from leaving, they ran off, leaving behind the groceries and the child.