The owner of a home day care in Virginia is dealing with kid ruthlessness charges after three infants were exposed to edibles surged with THCByThe Associated PressApril 15, 2022, 4:47 PM – 1 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleSTAFFORD, Va.– The owner of a home daycare in Virginia is dealing with charges after 3 young kids in the facilitys care were exposed to THC, authorities said Friday.A deputy reacted in March to a hospital in Stafford where 3 1-year-old kids had actually been taken after their parents observed lethargic behavior and glassy, bloodshot eyes, the Stafford County Sheriffs Office stated in a news release.The medical facility validated each child had been exposed to tetrahydrocannabinol, the main psychoactive compound in cannabis.A detective then went to the day care and gathered “gold fish crackers” from around the high chairs of the young children, the press release stated. These crackers were sent out to a laboratory, which confirmed the presence of THC.The 60-year-old day care owner turned herself in Thursday on 3 counts of ruthlessness and injury to children and was launched on a $2,000 bond, according to the press release. Court records did not list an attorney who could speak for her.
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