06-11-2010, 04:49 PM #1Registered User
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IN - Mother flings baby to ground in meth-fueled rage, Greenwood
So, so sad. I hope both children never see her again.
GREENWOOD, Ind. (WISH) - Police arrested a Greenwood mother last week for slamming her 10-month-old baby girl head-first onto the pavement in an apartment parking lot. Officers said the 23-year-old mother admitted to using meth prior to the incident.
Officers were called to a Greenwood apartment complex around 10:30 a.m. Thursday morning after residents reported Kayla Neighbors, 23, was screaming about dropping her baby, Aryana Neighbors.
Police say shortly after the first call, a resident called back to report that Neighbors had thrown Aryana down on the concrete.
According to the police report, apartment residents responded to Neighbors' screams about dropping her baby. Once the residents determined the baby was OK, they handed Aryana back to Neighbors. That's when, according to witnesses, Neighbors got a "cracked out" look on her face and slammed Aryana down head-first onto the pavement.
06-12-2010, 02:09 PM #2
Reading the above article, the "mother" is 6 months pregnant with another baby! A drug addicted mother and a pair of drug addicted abused babies. This is a disgusting story! Sorry I read it, truly. I will be praying for both babies in this story, hopefully they will find the love and care they need to grow up safely and away from this drugged up madness.
07-06-2016, 02:51 AM #3
25 October 2010
A former Greenwood resident accused of throwing her baby onto a concrete sidewalk pleaded guilty to two felonies and could face up to 10 years in prison.
Kayla Neighbors, 23, pleaded guilty to neglect and battery causing bodily injury to a child under 14.
She was subsequently sentenced to 3 years in prison.
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