Mama jailed after toddler ate THC-laced mac and cheese

Alaina Limpert (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)
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title =” Alaina Limpert( Source: Maricopa County Constable’s Office) “border =” 0″ src=”/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16495805_G.png” width =” 180″/ > Alaina Limpert (Source: Maricopa County Constable’s Office). TEMPE, Ariz.( KTVK/Meredith)– An Arizona mother was arrested after cops state her child consumed mac and cheese made with THC, a chemical discovered in marijuana.

Alaina Marie Limpert, 25, was booked on one count of child abuse.

The Department of Kid Safety was notified by somebody in Limpert’s house that her almost-two-year-old daughter had consumed THC butter while eating macaroni and cheese with her father.

” During that time, neither moms and dad took the kid to instant emergency care,” inning accordance with the authorities report.

Instead, “It was experienced within the home that [they] both chuckled about the negative effects the child experienced throughout that time and then proceeded to put her into their yard pool to utilize the cold water to ‘shock’ her,” the authorities report continued.

It wasn’t till 2 days later the Department of Kid Safety was notified and arrived to take custody of all 3 kids living at the home.

Medical facility authorities later validated that they discovered THC in the baby’s system.

Limpert later on admitted making the mac and cheese with THC for her spouse, but did unknown her daughter consumed it.

Limpert is due back in court April 19.

At the house, police report they found 2 cannabis grow camping tents in the garage.

They also found mushrooms, bongs and pipes, containers of hash oil and other drug stuff.

In the home’s fridge, “on the top shelf were 3 big tubs of THC butter.”

To check out the full cops report, click here.

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