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Mother Arrested After 2-Year-Old Tests Positive For Meth

16 April 2018, 01:01 | Opal Carroll

Mother accused of letting her 2-year-old smoke methamphetamine and marijuana Kaitlyn Ecker

Mother accused of letting her 2-year-old smoke methamphetamine and marijuana	 	 	 			Kaitlyn Ecker

Detectives were told that Ecker allowed the child to smoke methamphetamine with a pipe and that she used the drug herself.

The sheriff's office says Ecker admitted to smoking marijuana as recently as the night before, but away from the child.

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 unsafe narcotics.

At the moment, the authorities have refused to disclose any details pertaining to Ecker's motive or what will happen to her child. Kaitlyn Ecker was arrested Thursday on charges of child abuse and booked into the Wakulla County Jail, authorities announced Friday. Instead, Limpert "proceeded to place [the child] into their backyard pool to use the cold water to "shock" her", the police report said.

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.

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On January 19, 2018, detectives executed a search warrant at Ecker's residence, located on Card Lane in Crawfordville.

Ecker was placed under arrest for possession of marijuana (less than 20 grams) and possession of drug paraphernalia on that date. The investigators recovered two glass meth pipes, two grinders, a small bag, which tested positive for crystal meth, an electronic scale, and a plastic bottle the woman fashioned into a smoking device.

"The toxicology results concluded that the 2-year old tested positive for both methamphetamine and amphetamine and the findings were "chronic" rather than 'acute, '" the report said.

The sheriff's office did not elaborate on the relationship between Ecker and the child, but The Miami Herald reported the 2-year-old was Ecker's daughter.

Sadly, the results indicated the two-year-old had been exposed to the drug on numerous occasions. She has been charged with child abuse. She denied ever smoking or ingesting drugs in the presence of the child and denied any knowledge of the child being exposed to drugs. Additionally, Ecker also denied owning the pipes. 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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