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CrimeFather of 1-year-old who overdosed by fentanyl sentenced to 12 years in prison

19:40  19 june  2019
19:40  19 june  2019 Source:   wlwt.com

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Father of 1-year-old who overdosed by fentanyl sentenced to 12 years in prison© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. Anthony worthington

The father of a 1-year-old who died after swallowing drugs found in a Colerain Township home has been sentenced to 12 years and nine months in prison.

A judge sentenced Anthony Worthington Wednesday on charges including involuntary manslaughter.

Worthington's 1-year-old daughter, Reagan Worthington, was found unresponsive in the family's home in January.

Family members called police in a panic when they found her unresponsive.

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Authorities they said they found Reagan had ingested drugs, and they continued to find more drugs in the home.

"Those drugs included heroin, methamphetamine, also fentanyl. The drug which little Reagan ingested was fentanyl," prosecutor Anne Flanagan said.

Reagan was in the care of her father at the time.

Worthington pleaded guilty in May to charges including endangering children, tampering with evidence, aggravated trafficking and involuntary manslaughter.

"The little child was only 13 months in age and she was in his care," Flanagan said.

Worthington tried to keep authorities from finding the drugs, officials said.

"He dragged yet another child in the home, a teenager, to take this bag of drugs and to dispose of it in the toilet. Police interrupted that before she was able to complete that," Flanagan said.

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