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04/07/2008 12:18 PM ID: 69833 Permalink   

Pawned Video Recorder Shows Woman Forcing Marijuana Onto Toddler

 

16-year-old Columbus resident Angel Dailey has been charged with child endangerment and corrupting another with drugs, after a video recorder brought to a pawn shop had a tape left inside that showed her forcing a toddler to take marijuana.

The relationship between Dailey and the toddler, who will be 2 this month, is not known. She was also seen in the video with an 18-year-old man helping her; he has since been arrested and handed over to DEA agents.

They believe he may have a connection to a case involving Dailey's father, Donald. A raid on his home last month found $3.2 million in his home's walls and 2,100 pounds of marijuana that was found in a trailer outside.

 
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  But it was the only way we could get him to eat  
 
n/t
 
  by: shmacko.     04/07/2008 12:32 PM     
  The...  
 
dregs of this planet seem to be multiplying just lately.

Where do these people get of on ruining kids lives?
 
  by: captainJane     04/07/2008 12:52 PM     
  What a waste  
 
Can you imagine wasting good weed on someone who won't even appreciate it?

Just kidding. Seriously, $3.2 million? I guess money can't buy class. Trash breeding trash breeding trash.
 
  by: VermiciousG     04/07/2008 02:39 PM     
  3.2 million?  
 
why did they pawn a video camera?
 
  by: robplatt   04/07/2008 04:42 PM     
  @robplatt  
 
They were saving for the 'Glass Castle'.
 
  by: Daev     04/07/2008 05:06 PM     
  Tobacco?  
 
Maybe it was just tobacco folks... nothing to get riled up over.
 
  by: Kuhl   04/07/2008 05:09 PM     
  Even though  
 
I am 100% in favor of legalizing weed, (even though I don't smoke it, so don't say Im a hypocrite who just wants to smoke) she needs to take a crowbar to the mouth.
 
  by: RyanB     04/07/2008 05:13 PM     
  3.2 Million  
 
They were probably too stoned to remember they had it...
 
  by: bala_mt   04/07/2008 05:21 PM     
  haha.,  
 
Too true.
 
  by: theironboard     04/07/2008 05:43 PM     
  @need to pawn  
 
looks like the raid occured last month ... so no surprise they would be pawning stuff now. the raid took all of their cash, and sounds like most of their hash ...sorry, i just couldnt resist the rhyme.

oh, and agreed with RyanB ... she needs a crow bar to the mouth, what a scumbag.
 
  by: bpearson   04/07/2008 06:23 PM     
  @robplatt  
 
HAHA! Great point!
 
  by: barryman9001   04/07/2008 06:36 PM     
  @Kuhl  
 
considering the chemicals used to process tobacco these days, tobacco may be just as bad (if the weed had something "extra") if not worse... IMO.
 
  by: calilac     04/07/2008 06:39 PM     
  Pretty messed up story.  
 
Regarding this story I think it is pretty f'ed up to force a toddler to smoke weed. You should never force someone else, especially a child to smoke. I don't think that the toddlers life is ruined by this incident like captainJane suggested, because what are the chances the toddler will remember it and decide to be a burnout pothead? Not to mention the toddler will likely still experience childhood amnesia (http://en.wikipedia.org/... Not to mention not all potheads are burnouts. I've indulged a 'few' times my self and I'm rather successful in my field of work for my age. I do believe the shitty parenting of the people who let their child be watched by these idiots will likely ruin the toddlers life.
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@calilac

Tobacco is without a doubt worse than marijuana for you. What do you mean by "extra"? I've never seen 'laced' weed. Which makes sense since most other drugs cost more than weed... Sure it's possible to lace weed with a liquid without the customer noticing, but why do that when it would cut into the dealers profit? It's generally accepted that laced weed is more or less an urban legend, at best extremely rare and typically not done by the dealer but rather the customer who bought it. I would be more worried about the pesticides and fertilizers used by idiot growers.
 
  by: OneEightSeven   04/07/2008 10:38 PM     
  @OneEightSeven  
 
i've come across it a coupla times, esp during the dry seasons around here (cen tex) when shwag is touted as the best you can get. mostly it's bad smelling, or sprayed with sugar water, or mixed in with other foliage (tomato is popular to give to the high schoolers). just a coupla months ago there was some going around that sparked when you lit it, and this was confirmed by other buddies of mine. no bad effects that we noticed but it still worried me. rumors of meth laced weed a year ago were flying around too, but that's hard to believe because it's such a waste of money.
 
  by: calilac     04/08/2008 09:24 PM     
  @187  
 
I've heard personal accounts of laced weed with physically addictive drugs. In the long run I suppose its profitable.
 
  by: Luc1dDr3am     04/09/2008 07:35 PM     
 
 
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