Four women arrested after children as young as 2 found with drugs in systems
Four Mississippi women have been arrested after children – one as young as 2 years-old – testes positive for drugs, sheriff’s deputies said.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office made the arrests on August 20, the New Albany Gazette reported.
Sabrina High, 50, of New Albany was charged with child endangerment after a 2-year-old was found to have cocaine and methamphetamine in the child’s system.
Angela Roberts, 31, of Myrtle, was charged after deputies said a 4-year-old was found to have tested positive for marijuana.
Dominique Pritchett, 32, of New Albany, was arrested on multiple counts after three children, ages 3, 5 and 6, tested positive for drugs including marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines and meth.
Jennifer Dale Finley, 35, of Etta, was arrested after children ages 14, 16, 17 tested positive for drugs as well.
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