The two children involved are now being questioned by the police, who told them that Mrs Cheeks claimed there was not enough space in the truck for them to sit safely.
The children were kept in two separate kennels as the temperature blazed at 95 degrees.Police say Cheeks instructed the children to get inside of the kennels because there wasn't any room left in her vehicle. A phone listing for Cheeks rang unanswered Monday.
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Latest employee figures say there are 3,200 people employed at the Castle Bromwich site and a further 10,000 at Solihull. JLR employs some 40,000 people in total making it the UK's biggest auto manufacturer in terms of both output and heads.
In the clip, one of the children can be seen walking out from the cage once the Mrs Cheeks released her the back of the truck.
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Other neighbours Eugene and Melanie Richmond described her as a "super good neighbour" and "a real caring person".
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At the time of her arrest, Cheeks of Whitehaven admitted driving several miles with the children, aged 7 and 8 years old inside the dog kennels.
The local resident who captured the footage told WREG News he was glad he was able to catch Cheeks in the act and encourages others to do the same if they are faced with an unsavoury situation. I only met her like once maybe twice.
Cowan recently bought two German Shepard puppies, neighbors told WREG.
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"I mean it could be an honest mistake". Cheeks is scheduled to appear in court today. Police said the back of the vehicle did not have any air vents, according to the Commercial Appeal. It was not immediately clear whether Cheeks has an attorney.