A Spanaway, Washington, mother of three is accused of injecting heroin into her three children calling it “sleep juice” and “feel good medicine."
Ashlee Hutt, 24, was arrested on a bench warrant after she failed to show up in court to face charges along with the children’s father in September.
According to a probable cause affidavit, the couple's 6-year-old child, identified only as S.S., told Child Protective Services investigators “mom and dad give him and his sisters the 'feel good medicine.'"
He described the "feel good medicine" as a white powder that was mixed with water. His parents then used a needle to inject the "feel good medicine."
Pierce County sheriff’s spokesman Detective Ed Troyer said all three children are now in foster care.
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