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Cops: Shirley mom leaves baby in car, robs bank

Madison Munoz, 20, of Shirley, was arrested Wednesday,

Madison Munoz, 20, of Shirley, was arrested Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, shortly after she robbed a bank in her hometown while her 10-month-old son was in the vehicle, Suffolk County police said. Credit: Madison Munoz, 20, of Shirley, was arrested Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, shortly after she robbed a bank in her hometown while her 10-month-old son was in the vehicle, Suffolk County police said.

A 20-year-old woman was charged Wednesday morning after, police say, she robbed a bank in her hometown — while her 10-month-old son was in the car.

Madison Munoz, 20, of Shirley, was charged with robbery and endangering the welfare of a child; her son was released to relatives, Suffolk County police said.

After entering Bridgehampton National Bank on Montauk Highway, the defendant gave the teller a note demanding cash, police said.

After the teller gave her an unspecified amount of cash, Munoz drove away at about 9:50 a.m., police said.

She was pulled over by police officers on Lombardy Drive a short time later, they said.

Munoz, of Kent Road, will be held for arraignment Thursday at First District Court in Central Islip, police said.

The county’s Child Protective Services agency has been notified, police said.

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