Anniquta Wright allegedly told military a crony had sole her heroin and moment heroin in front of her children, according to reports.
(Clark County Detention Center)
A 4-year-old Kentucky lady tested certain for heroin Thursday after she wouldn’t arise adult from propagandize naptime and was rushed to a hospital, according to justice records.
Authorities in Winchester, Ky., responded to a call from Clark Regional Medical Center where a lady had been taken for treatment, a military reference said.
The girl’s mother, Anniquta Wright, 31, allegedly told military that a crony had sole “cocaine and moment heroin during her residence,” in front of her 3 children, The Lexington Herald-Leader reported. The military reference indicated a “friend” was during Wright’s Winchester home until 3 a.m. on Thursday.
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The 4-year-old allegedly told authorities she had seen something on a building of her home that morning and ate it, Lexington’s WKYT reported. Further review indicated that Wright’s other child, a 2-year-old boy, also tested certain for cocaine, according to a report. Wright’s third child was reportedly not affected.
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Wright was arrested and charged with dual depends of first-degree rapist child abuse and being a refugee from another state. She was being hold during a Clark County Detention Center on $25,000 money bond, according to justice records.
Winchester is about a 30-minute expostulate from Lexington.