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Laurelville, Ohio Mother Accused of Shooting up Kids with Heroin.


A Hocking County woman was arrested last night after she was accused of injecting her 14- and 16-year-old children with heroin before sending them to school.  Parker also has an 18-year-old, birth records show.
Shantel A. Parker, 35, of Laurelville
Shantel A. Parker, 35, of Laurelville was charged with two counts each of felonious assault, corrupting another with drugs and endangering children, county Sheriff Lanny E. North said in a news release yesterday.
The children have been placed in the custody of the county children’s services agency.
A warrant was issued for Parker, and she was arrested about 5:30 p.m. at the Wexner Medical Center at Ohio State University by campus police.  It was not explained why Parker was at the hospital, though one person said she had admitted herself because she was suicidal.
Detective Caleb Moritz of the Hocking County sheriff’s office said last night that Parker’s children said she had injected them with heroin 50 to 80 times in the past few months. more

What Is Wrong With Ppl? Father

Arrested  For Shooting Up Heroin

Into His 9-Year-Old Kids’s Neck!

“The father of a 9-year-old Chimayó boy is accused of injecting heroin into his son’s neck, leaving track marks the rest of his family discovered later. The boy, Luke Velasquez, told State Police his father, Jose Paul Velasquez Jr., injected him with heroin about 10 times, according to a criminal complaint filed June 22 in Rio Arriba County Magistrate Court. The boy tested positive for illegal drugs at Española Hospital, according to a State Police affidavit. Jose Velasquez, 30, of Chimayó, faces felony counts of child abuse and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He could face up to 4.5 years in prison on these charges under state law. [...] Luke Velasquez, who lives with his father, was with his mother Violet Coriz and sister Gabriella Velasquez. Coriz said she took her son to the hospital because his sister said Luke Velasquez had been given heroin and had track marks on his neck.” – RioGrand   WSHH

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