Toddler removed from home

Omaha child protective services removed a toddler from a home after Omaha Police posted a video online showing the 2-year-old cursing and using racial slurs. Police said Wednesday that four children in total were removed from the home as a result of the shocking video.

The video shows a toddler in diapers cursing and using adult sexual language. Male and female adults can be heard in the background verbally abusing the child and encouraging the boy to curse.

The adults verbally assault the baby, calling the boy “pu$$y” and “b*tch.”

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Walmart EBT card stampede

EBT card holders stormed Walmart stores in Mansfield and Springhill, LA on Sunday after the stores began allowing purchases even though the EBT cards showed no limits due to a nationwide glitch.

Walmart stampede Panic set in when the EBT machines went down early Sunday all over the country. The panic turned into a stampede when word filtered out to the hood that the Walmart stores were allowing purchases anyway.

Some shoppers took advantage of the corporate goodwill. One woman rang up a bill of $700.00 but she only had .49 on her card.

A dispatcher for Mansfield 911 said police were called for crowd control as mainly African American EBT card holders cleared the shelves of food.

A Mansfield Walmart employee said the store was forced to close at 9 p.m. because there was no food left on the shelves.

Kayla Whaling, a spokesperson for Walmart, told KSLA News 12 that the company was “fully engaged and monitoring the situation and transactions during the outage.”

KSLA reports there were no arrests.

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