Club of Rome Drug Culture Agenda in full swing as mother injects children with Heroin
Mother ‘injected her teenage daughters with heroin before sending them off to school’
By Paul Thompson
Last updated at 4:06 PM on 28th February 2012
A mother has been accused of injecting her teenage daughters with heroin before sending them off to school.
Shantel Parker also allegedly sold drugs to her children’s classmates.
Police were alerted after a witness from the school said the girls, aged 14 and 16, appeared to be under the influence of drugs.
Investigators searched Parker’s home in Laurelville, Ohio, and recovered evidence of drug use.
Parker, who spent two years studying for a nursing degree but never graduated, was not at home when a search warrant was issued.
The 35 year old mother of two was arrested later at OSU Hospital and taken into custody.
Both girls are now in the care of Hocking County Children Services.
According to an arrest warrant Parker is accused of injecting both daughters with heroin on numerous occasions before sending them off to school.
She is also alleged to have given them other drugs as well as attempting to sell drugs to students at the girls’ school.
Sheriff’s deputies said that the children told them their mother started to give them drugs to treat pain for a toothache.
But Parker’s neighbour Bobby Fox said he wasn’t surprised by the arrest.
Fox claims he saw Parker and the man she lived with smoking pot with her two teenage girls outside their Laurelville home.
He also claims the girls were under the influence of drugs when they boarded the school bus and also posted about drugs and sex on their Facebook page.
‘Of course seeing on their Facebook where they was talking about drugs and sex and things. Both parents was also on the Facebook and well aware of it,’ Fox said.
Parker was booked into jail and charged with two counts of felonious assault, two counts of corrupting another with drugs and two counts of endangering children.