- Women filmed helping children smoke pot sentenced to jail
- Woman in court after giving children marijuana
- Candice Little, Michaela Pearson Instagram ľ Kids Smoking Weed Winston Salem
Women filmed helping children smoke pot sentenced to jail
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Two women in North Carolina are in hot water after a video showed them helping three small children smoke an apparently drug-laced cigar. The video obtained by WXII-TV eventually made its way to Facebook which prompted many calls to local authorities, who in turn arrested the two women on Aug. During the arrest, police also seized drug paraphernalia. Babies Smoking Marijuana. Two North Carolina women are arrested after posting a video of three young children the youngest just 18 months smoking marijuana. The children, aged 18 months, two years, and three years, were taken to a local hospital following the incident for treatment and observation, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. Police said that Child Protective Services is conducting its own investigation of the incident.
AP - Two women seen on social media video helping three children smoke marijuana in North Carolina have now been sentenced to jail time. Last month, year-old Michaela Pearson pleaded guilty to the same charges, and was sentenced to serve less than a year in jail. Winston-Salem police say they got calls from as far as Louisiana regarding the video posted to Facebook. Because when the team learned offensive coordinator, Kris Sweet, was diagnosed with cancer some players wanted to show their support, so they shaved their heads. A year and a half ago, Howard's home looked a lot different. His hope was to construct a hip roof this time after his roof was destroyed by Harvey's winds.
AP - Two women seen on social media video helping three children smoke marijuana in North Carolina have now been sentenced to jail time. The Winston-Salem Journal reports that year-old Candice Little was found guilty of misdemeanor child abuse and contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile on Monday. With time served and a partially suspended sentence, she'll serve one day in jail. Last month, year-old Michaela Pearson pleaded guilty to the same charges, and was sentenced to serve less than a year in jail. The pair were originally charged with felonies, but prosecutors reduced the charges because there wasn't evidence their babysitting charges were seriously injured from smoking the marijuana.
Candice Little and Michaela Pearson are the women in Winston Salem who shared a video on Facebook showing kids smoking weed. They have been charged with felony child abuse and 3 counts of contributing to delinquency to a minor. Fox 8 reports that Pearson is 21 and Little is Police learned about the incident via Facebook and worked with child protective services to find everyone involved. Authorities learned about the incident after the video had been viewed millions of times.
Log in for unlimited access. Both women are charged with three counts of felony child abuse inflicting serious bodily harm and three counts of misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Pearson appeared in court again Wednesday, where a court appointed attorney asked for the bond to be lowered again. However, the judge did not grant that request. During the appearance, the prosecutor said the state is still waiting on more evidence, medical reports and confirmation that the substance in the video was in fact marijuana.
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