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NY nanny arrested on endangerment charge
LAUREL HOLLOW, N.Y. — Police say a Long Island nanny faces criminal charges after a remote video camera showed her giving a baby potentially dangerous medication.Anneliese Brucato pleaded not guilty at her arraignment Monday in Nassau County District Court. Bail was set at $15,000 cash or $30,000 bond.Police say Brucato was caring for a 4-month-old girl in Laurel Hollow on Friday when the child's mother accessed a remote video feed.
They say the mother saw the nanny give the child a liquid later determined to be an antihistamine not recommended for babies. Police say file video showed it happened three other times.
Brucato was charged with endangering the welfare of a child and assault.Her attorney did not return a telephone call for comment. Police said the child was not seriously injured.

MacGregor nanny takes stand; prosecution rests
Jeremy S. MacGregor’s former nanny has many things to remember him by.One of those things is constant pain. Another is the shrapnel that remains in her hand from when he shot her multiple times.She lost the use of her left hand from nerve damage after being shot in the neck... (continue)

East Grinstead nanny jailed for poisoning Ann Summers boss
AN EAST Grinstead nanny who poisoned Ann Summers boss Jacqueline Gold by lacing her food with screen wash has been jailed for 12 months.

Allison Cox, 33, of Badgers Way, spiked her employer's soup to try to get the lingerie tycoon's personal chef sacked, Guildford Crown Court heard on Friday, March 4.The single-mum appeared in the dock a month after pleading guilty to administering poison with intent to injure, aggrieve or annoy.... (continue)

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