Mom upset after daughters missed bus, police officers drove them to school

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PHILADELPHIA, Ohio — Was it a good deed, or did they cross the line?

That’s the question being raised after Philadelphia police picked up two little girls and took them to school after they missed their bus and were locked out of the house.

Fox 29 reports that a 911 call was made when the sisters were seen walking alone. When they arrived, the girls told them what happened. The officers’ supervisors told them to drive the sisters to school. They checked them into the office and went on with their day.

The girls’ mom is angry because she says she had no idea what happened until she got a call saying her daughters were taken away by the police.

The police department admitted the officers should have called the girls’ mother. But they say they also strongly believe in getting involved in the lives of children and were just trying to help.

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