Posts Tagged ‘child abuse’

Comments Off on Kids test positive for meth, grandma charged

A 50-year-old Davenport woman who police say bought pseudoephedrine for her son so he could make meth now is charged with exposing her grandchildren to the drugs. Deanna Sue Dipple, 1835 Calvin St., was in the Scott County Jail Tuesday charged with possession of pseudoephedrine with the intent to deliver, conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine and […]

Comments Off on Four arrested after cops bust Harvey meth lab

Tipsters concerned about the welfare of a 9-year-old boy living in a suspected Harvey meth lab called in authorities for help. Four people were later arrested at the residence where officers found methamphetamine residue and some of the volatile chemicals used to make the drug, according to Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office arrest reports.    A […]

Comments Off on Man jailed after meth found in toddler

ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) – A 40-year-old grandfather is facing drug and child abuse charges in southeast New Mexico and police say it’s because of what investigators found in his 1-year-old grandson’s hair. Detectives said lab test results confirmed that the toddler had methamphetamine in his system, after police found what appears to be a family […]

Comments Off on Mo. mom accused of smoking methamphetamine several times with 13-year-old daughter

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A southwest Missouri woman has been charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child for smoking methamphetamine with her 13-year-old daughter. The Springfield News-Leader reports the Springfield woman told police she might have smoked meth with her daughter five or six times. According to court documents, the daughter told […]

Comments Off on Woman sentenced – tried to inject child with bleach during a methamphetamine-fueled fight

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A Boise woman has been sentenced to a treatment program for trying to inject a child with bleach during a methamphetamine-fueled fight with her boyfriend. The Idaho Statesman reports ( ) 39-year-old Barbara G. Stringham will spend a year in a state treatment program before a judge will decide if she […]