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Monday, May 11, 2015

CAMBRIA — A 41-year-old NCCC teacher was charged late this morning with child endangerment after Niagara County Sheriff's deputies determined she left her two-year-old child alone in her car while she was at the school.

According to NCSO, the Niagara County Sheriff's Office dispatch center received a report of a small child left alone in a vehicle in a front parking lot of Niagara County Community College. Prior to the deputies arrival, school officials advised the Sheriff's Office that they had located the owner of the vehicle from her staff parking tag and paged her to respond.

Dr. Nicole Bishop, 41, an employee of the school, responded to her vehicle and removed the child. Upon patrols arrival, deputies interviewed a student who stated she called 911 after locating a crying child in a locked vehicle. A rear window was observed partially down. She stayed on scene until school security and patrol arrived.

Deputies interviewed Bishop and reviewed surveillance video that the college security provided. Bishop stated she was late for instruction of class and had left the child in the vehicle. It was observed that Bishop left her child alone for approximately 40 minutes.

Bishop was charged with Endangering the Welfare of a Child and issued an appearance ticket to appear in Cambria Town Court on June 2. Child Protective Services was notified.

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