Two daycare employees are behind bars and charged with child endangering after leaving a 9-month-old baby locked inside a closed daycare.
Wednesday evening, Police were called out to Nana Ella's Daycare Center located on St. Clair Avenue when the child's mother arrived to a closed facility.
The daycare closed at 6pm and the infant's mother Teria arrived at 7pm to pick up 9-month-old London Berry. The doors were locked, but she could see her daughter laying in a crib through a window.
Frantically, Teria flagged down police who then called Cleveland Fire to help remove the glass window so the baby could be extracted from the daycare.
The baby was safely handed over to her furious mother.
Cleveland Police checked the names of the last employees to clock out and went make their arrests. Police charged Shana Manuel, 28, and Ebony Rush, 21, with child endangering.