Mom accused of letting 2-year-old smoke meth, marijuana
Mom accused of letting 2-year-old smoke meth, marijuana
Florida Mom Accused of Letting Her 2-Year-Old Smoke Meth And Pot
16 April, 2018, 13:02
Those same witnesses told police they heard that Ecker, an alleged meth user, also gave her child meth to smoke from a pipe.
Deputies searched her Crawfordville home on January 19 and found pipes with marijuana and meth residue, grinders, a scale and a baggie of marijuana in a basket of children's toys.
At the beginning of January, the deputies launched a child abuse investigation in Ecker's case after learning that the woman might force her 2-year-old toddler to consumed risky narcotics. Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Jared Miller told Oxygen.com on Friday afternoon that the mother is still in jail awaiting her first appearance. Reports by Yahoo! and the Miami Herald were used to create this article.
"People "joked" about the child's ability to roll joints for (Ecker, )" WCSO wrote in its report.
Kaitlyn Ecker, 20, was arrested April 12, 2018 on charges of child abuse, lewd and lascivious battery and transmission of harmful material to a minor.
During the search, detectives found meth residue inside two glass pipes.
But she said did not admit to the meth use and requested them to find her a lawyer.
Ecker was arrested on January 19 for possession of marijuana.
"The toxicology results concluded that the 2-year old tested positive for both methamphetamine and amphetamine and the findings were "chronic" rather than 'acute, '" WCSO wrote. In addition, although most presume that the child discovered in Ecker's home is her daughter, the authorities are still trying to determine the nature of the relationship between the Florida woman and the 2-year-old baby.
The 30-year-old, who has been working at the YMCA for three years in the infant center, admitted to having a history of drug use with heroin and opioids. However, she denied knowing if the child had been exposed to drugs.
Ecker denied ownership of the glass pipes located in her bedroom, but admitted to smoking methamphetamine approximately four months before.
As soon as the incident came to light, Limpert was arrested and booked on one count of child abuse, cultivation of marijuana and its possession, among other charges. As of now, it's not clear if Kaitlyn Ecker has an attorney or if she still has custody of the two-year-old.
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