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REPORT: Louisville children found sweating in car, moms arrested

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Alicia Eisenback (Source: Metro Corrections) Alicia Eisenback (Source: Metro Corrections)
Kimberly Eisenback (Source: Metro Corrections) Kimberly Eisenback (Source: Metro Corrections)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say they found two small children inside a silver Chevy Friday night, their clothes drenched in sweat.

Now, their mothers are facing charges.

According to arrest reports obtained by WDRB News, police were originally called to the 8800 block of Maplecreek Drive, near Blake Middle School, on reports of two women behind a vacant home, knocking on doors and asking for scrap metal.

When police got there, they say they found 23-year-old Kimberly B. Eisenback and 25-year-old Alicia G. Eisenback, both of whom were intoxicated, with slurred speech and unsteady feet.

That's when one of the officers heard the sound of a child screaming coming from a vehicle. After a quick investigation, police say they found two small children -- one of whom was only 1-year-old -- inside a 2006 silver Chevy. The windows were rolled up and the air conditioning was turned off.

Both children were sweating and the 1-year-old was screaming and crying.

Police say Kimberly Eisenback and Alicia Eisenback -- both of whom were a parent to one of the two children -- left the kids in the car.

Both women have been charged with wanton endangerment and public intoxication.

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