No charges for Algonquin mom who left disabled daughter at bar

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A mother from Algonquin will not face criminal charges for abandoning her disabled daughter at a bar in Tennessee.

A grand jury decided that Eva Cameron would not face charges of willful neglect and exploitation of an impaired adult.

The jury was not able to find Cameron’s actions indictable under Tennessee law.

Cameron said she left her 19-year-old daughter at a bar back in June because she could no longer care for her.

She also didn’t believe the state of Illinois would provide adequate medical services and housing.

Her daughter is currently in a group home.

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