Parents found after toddler found alone in diaper in Carbon County park

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Carbon County child found

UPDATE: Carbon County authorities have located the parents of a toddler found alone, in only a diaper, in a Wellington park.

WELLINGTON, Utah – The Carbon County Sheriff’s Office is trying to find the parents of a toddler found alone in the Wellington City Park Wednesday morning.

Authorities in Price got a call about a child found alone in only a diaper at the Wellington City Park just before 7 a.m.

Deputies picked up the girl who is 3 or 4 years old but have not been able to find her parents.

They said the girl is “non-communicative.”

The sheriff’s office said it would like to speak with anyone who might have information at (435) 472-4357.

Google Map for coordinates 39.542466 by -110.735434.

Wellington, Utah


  • katie

    That lil girl is so sad there is alot not right in her life look at those eyes she is so hurt. I hope she is ok and does not go back to those. Degenerates. Shes an angel

    • bob

      Katie the Psychic, ladies and gentlemen. Tarot cards. Palm readings. Call for an appointment.

      The story provides no details. We do not know how long she was gone from home. We do not know why they couldn’t find her parents. (They have have been running around frantically trying to find her.)

      Toddlers pull these sort of stunts all the time. Her parents MAY be scumbags. Or they may be model parents. People who insist that this couldn’t happen to “good parents” have no children, I guarantee it.

    • kt

      Did i ask u bob are you that patheticly bored with your life get off your pc and talk your trash to someones face see how that goes …bobbing on…who the hell are u

  • bob

    Guess what? She COULD be “non-communicative” because she’s autistic, in which case being a “runner” is just EXPECTED. How about we find out what’s true before we judge?

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