Kentucky mother, 31, is arrested after her daughter, four, passes out at school then tests positive for cocaine along with her two-year-old brother
- Anniquta Wright was arrested in Winchester, Kentucky, on Thursday
- Her four-year-old daughter was rushed to the hospital when staff at her school could not wake her up after naptime
- The child tested positive for cocaine as did her two-year-old brother later
- Wright, 31, told police she had a friend round the night before who she allowed to sell drugs from her house
- The four-year-old girl told authorities she ate something off of the floor of the house
Anniquta Wright, 31, was arrested in Kentucky after two of her young children tested positive for cocaine
A woman has been arrested after her four-year-old daughter and two-year-old son tested positive for cocaine.
Anniquta Wright, 31, was arrested after her daughter passed out at school on Thursday and was taken to the hospital and tested positive for the drug.
The little girl was rushed to the hospital after staff struggled to wake her up after nap time.
The woman’s toddler son was tested afterwards and also had traces of it in his system.
Upon questioning, Wright, who lives in Winchester, Kentucky, told police that she allowed a friend to come to her home and sell cocaine while her children were at home.
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The night before her daughter passed out, she said the friend had been there until 3am.
It is not clear if she knew that the children had ingested the drug or not.
According to WKYT, the girl told authorities that she found something on the floor and ate it.
The woman has another child who was not harmed.
She was taken into custody on two counts of first-degree criminal child abuse and is being held on a $25,000 bond.
The woman told police she let a friend come to her home to sell cocaine while her kids were home