Monday, May 14, 2007


It's 2:30 in the morning. New Jersey. Danny Ribot and his 2-year-old son, Adonis, come home from the kid's birthday party. Ribot is reportedly quite drunk.

Nine hours later he wakes up. No Adonis.

According to the New York Post:
Ribot ... wakes up and screams, 'Where's my car? Where's my kid?'

"He realizes he doesn't have his child and he doesn't know where his car is," (Passaic police Lt. Luis) Guzman said.

That's when Ribot called his girlfriend, Luz Ramos, who is Adonis' mom.

Ramos, 20, told The Post, "He called me in the morning and he said, 'Where's the kid?' I told him, 'What are you, crazy? I helped you strap him into the car seat.'"
Adonis was found in his father's locked car in a parking lot in Passaic. The child was treated at a hospital for dehydration and heat exhaustion. His father is charged with endangering the welfare of a child.

"Where's my car? Where's my kid?" Glad to see Ribot has his priorities in order.

1 comment:

Michelle said...

how did he get home? did he drive or did someone drop him off?