By Steve Dellar  |  12-30-2017   News
Photo credit: Marion County Sheriff's Office

Kalin Swartz, a mother from Oregon, was arrested on December 20th and indicted by a grand jury for two felonies, assault in the third degree and causing another person to digest a controlled substance. In essence, she fed cocaine to her 2-year old son, who barely survived.

Ms Heidi Sjolander, the boy’s paternal grandmother, claims her grandson, Beau Villwock, was lethargic after a visit with his mother and had to be taken to hospital later that same evening. She stated that: "I think she's disturbed."

"She needs to be locked up. She needs to stay behind bars."

"It has been a nightmare and the fact that the baby didn't die is an absolute miracle, but he was born a fighter and he's here for a reason. I'm grateful we have him."

Ms Claudia Burton, a Marion County Circuit Court Judge explained that the young mother had already been accused of neglect and abuse in the past: "Over the course of this proceeding, the court gradually became more and more concerned about Beau's safety when with mother."

Furthermore, the young toddler obtained a serious injury under his mother's care over the summer.

"Three doctors confirmed that both the most recent injury and the June injury were in fact second-degree burns. Based on the evidence, this court found that Beau had suffered at least two second-degree burns while in mother's care."

Ms Sjolander explained to the press that the young boy is currently in custody of his father and will spend a large amount of time with his grandparents.

Source:

http://komonews.com/news/local/mother-accused-of-giving-toddler-cocaine

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