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Crime Ark. parents charged after infant dies from meth exposure

21:46  25 september  2019
21:46  25 september  2019 Source:   wmcactionnews5.com

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WIDENER, Ark . (WMC) - Two Arkansas parents are charged after the death of an infant . Investigators said the parents then went home for about 30 minutes before taking the infant to the hospital in Forrest City. From there, she was airlifted to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital where she

Police said the parents then went home for about 30 minutes before taking the infant to the hospital in Forrest City. From there, she was airlifted to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital where They’re charged with exposing a child to methamphetamine , endangering the welfare of a minor, and manslaughter."

WIDENER, Ark. (WMC) - Two Arkansas parents are charged after the death of an infant.

a man standing in front of a laptop: Joseph Philips and Carrie Darby © Provided by Gray Media Group, Inc. Joseph Philips and Carrie Darby

The child was taken to the hospital on July 7.

The parents, Carrie Darby and Joseph Phillips, said they were at Widener City Park when they noticed the child had a plastic sandwich bag in her mouth with a brown substance in her mouth.

Darby told police she thought the child was teething because she was sweating and biting her thumb.

Police said the parents then went home for about 30 minutes before taking the infant to the hospital in Forrest City. From there, she was airlifted to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital where she later died.

Darby and Phillips were arrested Monday. They’re charged with exposing a child to methamphetamine, endangering the welfare of a minor, and manslaughter.

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