McDonald's cashier convicted of trying to drown newborn in toilet after giving birth at work 01/16/2019 1:37 pm PST Comments KTLA / San Mateo County via KTLA: REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (KTLA/AP) -- A Northern California woman charged with trying to drown her baby after giving birth in a McDonald's restaurant has pleaded no contest to child endangerment. Authorities say Sarah Lockner, 26, was a cashier at a McDonald's in Redwood City when she gave birth in a bathroom during her shift in September 2017. Prosecutors say a co-worker who went to check on Lockner found a newborn baby boy face down in the toilet bowl with Lockner's hand on his back. The baby was taken to a hospital and survived. Lockner was charged with attempted murder but pleaded to the lesser charge. MORE: Bay Area McDonald's Cashier Convicted of Trying to Drown Newborn in Toilet After Giving Birth at Work - KTLA #AP #California #ChildEndangerment #KTLA #NorthernCalifornia #SanFrancisco Related Stories McDonald's employee accused of trying to flush newborn down toilet Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.