Mom accused of letting 2-year-old smoke meth, marijuana

Mom accused of letting 2-year-old smoke meth, marijuana

Authorities say a Florida mother let her 2-year-old child smoke meth and marijuana, possibly on multiple occasions.

In addition to that, she was also charged with "lewd and lascivious battery and transmission of harmful material to a minor" in connection to a separate case. The toddler tested positive for both drugs at high enough levels to indicate to medical examiners it was not a one-time incident.

While being interviewed by detectives, Heinz admitted that she had a history of drug use, including heroin and opioid pills, having been at the Methadone Clinic in 2013, stopping sometime around past year.

Among the items found were two glass pipes with meth residue inside, a plastic pill bottle that had been made into a homemade smoking device, two grinders, a digital scale and a small plastic bag.

Ecker was arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia that day.

Authorities took a blood and hair sample from both Ecker and the 2-year-old the date of the arrest and on March 15, investigators received the toxicology results.

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Police said the 2-year-old girl tested positive for "chronic" drug use.

Multiple witnesses reportedly told the sheriff's office that the child smoked marijuana with Ecker and that people "joked" about the 2-year-old ability to "roll joints" for her. Ecker was also accused of allowing the child to smoke meth with a pipe.

Ecker denied ownership of the glass pipes located in her bedroom, but admitted to smoking methamphetamine approximately four months before. Despite that, the meth fumes permeated the entire building, with every room testing positive for meth, including the room the infants were in.

Ecker was arrested and booked into the Wakulla County Jail.

The woman was identified as 25-year-old Alaina Marie Limpert from Tempe, Arizona, who allegedly laced the dish with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol, a chemical found in marijuana) butter. While the injury was deemed an accident, police investigated Payne after she appeared to be under the influence of drugs. Miller said that the child is in the care of other relatives at this time. Reports by Yahoo! and the Miami Herald were used to create this article. Earlier in the week, a Texas mother was charged with child abuse after her baby tested positive for amphetamines, methamphetamine, cocaine, and marijuana, News Channel 6 Now reported.

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