Skip to comments.Three waive court hearings after toddler eats crack cocaine
Posted on 07/31/2012 9:55:23 AM PDT by kevcol
PALMETTO, GA (CBS ATLANTA) -
Three people have waived their court hearings following their arrests in connection to a 13-month-old who ingested crack cocaine.
A Fulton County judge set bond at $30,000 for the toddler's mother, 17-year-old Andrica Daniel, the toddler's grandmother, 34-year-old Ebony Daniel, and Ebony Daniel's boyfriend, 22-year-old Charlie Martin, on Thursday morning.
Palmetto police said the toddler, Jay'von Daniel, ate the crack cocaine when he was in the care of Ebony Daniel and Martin Saturday at Martin's house on Elm Drive.
"He went into the room and came right back out. He was like, 'Man shorty, what happened to my crack?' He was cussing me out like I took it," Andrica Daniel said.
Andrica Daniel said she didn't see Jay'von eat the crack-cocaine. But because she didn't want to take any chances, she rushed her son to the hospital.
"His blood pressure kept going up and down. He was throwing up," Andrica Daniel said. "They ran tests on his urine. He tested positive for crack-cocaine. That's how we know he ate it."
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There outta be a law against putting apostrophes in first names.
Ah, come on people now just legalize it... that is the fools solution. (total and complete sarcasm)
That kid could grow up to be president.
This kid has a great future. His mother had him when she was 16 (who knows where dad is?), and her current live-in is a crack-head. No doubt they are all living at taxpayers’ expense, including “free” cell phones! This must be the end of civilization in this country.
34 year old grandmother. The more babies, the more freebies.
With those names, I knew those people were AMISH! Why do they have to have unusual names?
The 34 year old grandmother has the crackhead as the boyfriend, not the toddler’s mom.
OK.... you must be an accountant, like my husband. ;-)
Thank you Satan for this wonderful family.
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