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Mom Packs Her Son’s School Lunch…Goes to Jail

The mother dutifully packed her daughter’s lunch and sent her off to the first grade.  At school the girl looked inside her lunch bag and got very excited.  She rushed off to show the teacher her good fortune.  Her mother had packed a pear, some chips, a sandwich and a white box.  Inside the white box was some pills and heroin.  The teacher called 911.

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The aid immediately brought the box to the principal’s attention and soon the mother was arrested for acting in a manner injurious to a child, minor drug possession, and endangering the welfare of a child. And she certainly didn’t try to hide the fact that the box was hers.

“I am the only one who prepares my son’s school bag and lunch. I use heroin. I do not shoot it, but I snort it. I could not find my box with heroin inside,” said the mother, who told police that she must have misplaced her special little white box, putting it in her son’s lunch bag by accident.

That’s one heck of a mistake to make!

And it gets worse…she admitted that it crossed her mind that she may have put the box in her son’s lunch bag, but decided not to waste time double-checking.

The comments against the mother were brutal but just:

“What a scumbag.  Take the kid away permanently and throw her sorry ass in jail.  Nothing but a dope head loser.”

“What shocks me is that she was released without a very high bail!  The kid could have shared the “candy pills” to his classmates!!  What an adult can take Can And HAS KILLED a child!!!  Time to “lose the key” by throwing it away – – – – oh wait, this is NY state, Elects Scubags like Schum & HC, common sense left in the early 1960’s!!!”

“It was a mistake.  She meant to pack him a PB&J not heroin.”

Obviously, this woman’s mind isn’t in the right state to be raising a child if she can’t even pack a lunch bag without ‘mistakenly’ putting her drugs in the bag. If the child decided to show it to his classmates instead of his teacher, it could’ve ended a lot differently.

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