Motherhood Instantly Makes Women Into Saints examples #546,000, #546,001…

Motherhood Instantly Makes Women Into Saints examples #546,000, #546,001…

(Link): Mother ‘injected heroin before crashing her car with two young children inside and then falling asleep at the wheel’

    20-year-old found drooling and snoring in the driver’s seat

    One-year-old and six-month-old babies taken into care

    A 20-year-old mother was found slumped and drooling at the wheel of her car, with two babies in the back seat, after crashing shortly after injecting heroin.
    Cydney Craft’s car was still in gear and ramming a parked vehicle when police found her in Marion, Indiana on Saturday.
    They had to reach in and turn the engine off and said Craft remained asleep and snoring the whole time.
    Court documents showed syringes, heroin and other drug paraphernalia were found in Craft’s purse, according to the Indy Star.
    Two children, a one-year-old and a six-month-old baby, who were in the back seat at the time of the crash were not injured. They are being cared for by Child Services.

(Link): Moment a new mom abandoned newborn baby less than EIGHT HOURS after birth

    A mother in Tuscaloosa, Alabama is wanted by the police after abandoning her newborn baby in the hospital just hours after giving birth.

    The woman, going by an alias, was admitted to DCH Regional Medical Center at 3:00am on Tuesday after attempting to have the baby in her hotel room.
    She gave birth later that morning and both she and her infant son tested positive for cocaine and opiates.

    Just eight hours after first arriving, the woman was caught on CCTV leaving the hospital without her baby, carrying a bag of clothing.
    Authorities say she left with two unknown black males.

    The Alabama Real-Time News reported that Juvenile Investigators were looking to charge the missing mother with chemical endangerment and exposing a child to an environment in which controlled substances are produced or distributed.

    When she was admitted to the hospital, the woman said she 22 and from Georgia but used a fake social security number.