6 Charged After Child Drinks Drano From Sippy Cup At Meth Lab
February 27, 2013
A young child is in critical condition after drinking Drano from a sippy cup at Santa Rosa County meth lab.
A total of six people have been charged in connection with the incident.
The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office says the individuals were involved in the production of methamphetamines at an apartment on Pineywoods Place in Milton. Deputies said the child was in the bathroom of the residence where Drano — a common component in the production of meth — was being stored in a child’s sippy cup. The unsupervised child drank the chemicals from the cup, causing an immediate reaction.
The child was transported to an area hospital for treatment and remains in critical condition.
The child’s father, 36-year old Johnathan Wayne Glass, was charged with cruelty toward a child with great bodily harm, three counts of unlawful possession a harmful new legend drug without a prescription, four counts of drug possession without a prescription, one count of drug trafficking, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is being held in the Santa Rosa County Jail without bond.
The child’s mother, 25-year old Victoria Lauren Cain, was charged with child neglect. Facing drug charges in connection with the meth lab are Debbie Anne Harris, 43; John Quincy Adams, 45; Justin Eric Godwin, 30; and Ronnie Eugene Olson, 39.