Youth Services employees then called Tullytown police, who knocked on the door of Clarey's house multiple times to no response, according to the criminal complaint. Robert Moran. When police contacted the man, he told them Mazikeen had been alive and watching television when he left. Clarey was also at home. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Discovery made after child welfare check.
Clarey, 42, of Tullytown, is accused of intentionally poisoning her 2-year-old son, Mazikeen Curtis, with a mix of Vicodin and Benadryl on Aug. Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. I mean you got a two year old kid and they look up to them.
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Bucks County mother killed her 2-year-old son by putting Vicodin in his sippy cup, police say. Jennifer A. Shana Decree, 45, and Dominique Decree, 19, were taken into custody Monday evening. Shana Decree and Dominique Decree were taken to the hospital. Clarey was hospitalized for her wrist injuries, the Inquirer reported. Weintraub said it was impossible for the toddler to have opened child-safe prescription bottles.
Victims names released. September 18, 2018 - 4: We Recommend. Weintraub said he believed the child had been dead for several hours before police and child services showed up.
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According to Fox 29, officers found the victims in one bedroom of the two-bedroom apartment. Clarey also has an older child, but authorities would not say whether she has custody. Initially, police gave the toddler's last name as Clarey. Tuesday, September 18, 2018.