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Oklahoma Mom Mixed Gin Into Infant Son's Formula

March 14, 2011  | 

An 18-year-old Oklahoma City mother has been arrested for mixing gin into the formula she fed to her 2-month-old son, reports The Oklahoman.

Rayniqua Lashelle Poole, 18, faces a child neglect complaint relating to the incident. Her son is expected to fully recover and has been placed into state custody.

Read the full story at NewsOK.com.


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Laura @ 3/14/2011 2:28 PM

She's lucky the baby is still alive. She had to be high or drunk not to be able to smell the gin in the water bottle. People like her should have children! Then again an ex-sister in law had to ask me once which glass on the counter had her vodka because she was to drunk to smell it. Notice she is an EX LOL

Laura @ 3/14/2011 2:30 PM

TYPO People like her should NOT have children! I'm so embarrassed.

Michael @ 3/15/2011 2:39 AM

This is all BS, the kid should be taken away permanently. Why does an 18 year old have a baby and is drinking alcohol. Where are her parents?I know, thats the way it is..."the state and federal government will pay for me and my baby." I am sick of hearing this kind of crap. Hold this mom accountable for her actions........prosecute her and put the kid up for adoption. We need to put an end to this abuse for the children and to our system financially.

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