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A mother passes drugs to her son through a kiss. A 54-year-old woman won’t be getting the mother of the year award anytime ...
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A mother passes drugs to her son through a kiss. A 54-year-old woman won’t be getting the mother of the year award anytime soon. According to the Sherriff’s Department in Yates County, New York, the mom, named Kimberly Margeson passed drugs to her 30-year-old son who was in jail on a weapons charge. During the prison visit, the two exchangedtwo Oxycodone painkiller pills via, get ready for this….an openmouthed kiss. The mother allegedly brought the drugs with her into the jail and then slipped them to her son. Margeson was soon arrested for promoting prison contraband and criminal sale of a controlled substance. It seems her boy will spend a little extra time behind bars. He received an extra charge of promoting prison contraband. Unfortunately this isn’t the only troubling report involving mothers and drugs. Last year, a woman in Texas faced legal charges after she allegedly put PCP into her 6-year-old daughter’s school lunch. The small girl began acting strangely in school and later told investigators that her lunch meat tasted like "fireworks”. After a test proved that the first grader was positive for PCP, the 34-year-old mom was arrested for endangering a child.