Florida Mom Let 2-Year-Old Child Smoke Meth And Weed

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

A few witnesses came forward and told detectives that the child had smoked pot with Kaitlyn Ecker, who allegedly joked that the child knew how to roll joints. Earlier in the week, a Texas mother was charged with child abuse after her baby tested positive for amphetamines, methamphetamine, cocaine, and marijuana, News Channel 6 Now reported.

Ecker admitted to using the drugs but said she never forced her daughter to use drugs. Others alleged Ecker let the child smoke meth out of a pipe.

While being interviewed by detectives, Heinz admitted that she had a history of drug use, including heroin and opioid pills, having been at the Methadone Clinic in 2013, stopping sometime around past year.

With the assistance of Wakulla County Emergency Medical Service personnel, detectives collected a blood sample and hair sample from Ecker and the two-year old child. While executing a search warrant on January 19, detectives found drug paraphernalia. 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. However, the toxicology report ordered by the court revealed that the 2-year-old toddler tested positive for both meth and marijuana.

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At that time, Ecker was charged with "misdemeanor marijuana possession and possession of paraphernalia". The tests concluded it likely wasn't a one-time event, either. The report noted that the Wakulla County Sheriff's Department had been investigating the mother for several months after they toddler had been given drugs.

The employee reportedly said she saw Autumn Heinz, 30, hiding behind a cabinet in the laundry room with what appeared to be a meth pipe nearby.

Autumn Sienna Heinz, a Montana daycare worker who worked with infants, has been accused of smoking meth while on the job, using a "drug den" built below a cabinet. She denied ever smoking or ingesting drugs in the presence of the child and denied any knowledge of the child being exposed to drugs. As of now, it's not clear if Kaitlyn Ecker has an attorney or if she still has custody of the two-year-old. According to her Facebook page, she works at a Walmart.

"During that time neither parent took the child to immediate emergency care".

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