Found Deceased IN - Emma, 2 mos, (mom Rachel McAfee, 36, fnd alive), Indianapolis, 4 Mar 2019 *mother arrested*

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  1. lark75

    lark75 Active Member

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    Yes. Go to www.mycase.in.gov (I’m on a iPad and can’t figure out how to hyperlink it but that's the site)

    You then can click to search for the case by her name and access the docket.
     
  2. BethAnn777

    BethAnn777 Well-Known Member

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    I am very familiar with the Indiana school system. I believe the term “intervention” meeting is in relation to a meeting at one of the schools where she works. Not an alcohol intervention for her, rather an intervention meeting in regards to student services. She is a speech language pathologist and would be a part of such meetings.


    Best Practice/Research-Based Prevention and Intervention Resources for Schools | IDOE
     
  3. lark75

    lark75 Active Member

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    I am concerned about Rachel’s physical injuries. I saw in the news she was going to have surgery. My husband wondered whether it was skin grafts, even possibly amputation from extreme frostbite. This whole situation is just so horrible. Their poor son, too.
     
  4. MsGazette

    MsGazette Just call me Ms G

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    I had it t00 (twice) but I had it the worst for my first baby. The one thing I can say about it is that people do not understand it - they just do not. Medical professionals know the seriousness and other moms that have been through it know what it’s like, but the general public and other family members-no. And that makes you feel worse and more alone. And it’s not their fault! I remember years before I went through it, seeing stories and not really getting it. I have always felt that there needs to be more education to the public about postpartum depression.
     
  5. MsGazette

    MsGazette Just call me Ms G

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    That made my hinkey meter go off too. All of the interventions that I have known about, there are usually family members present. Or at least one? Seemed strange that they were relying on her to just show up herself. That can be a monumental task for someone with PPD. Unless it was just an AA meeting but then they have sponsors looking out for them, I thought.
     
  6. smiley

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    I wonder about the mother being a " raging alcoholic" since the child was born with no medical problems that we know of. If she was to drop child off at MIL's and did not show up, I would have started to retrace her route to the MIL's home, they say she was less than a mile away. So many missed chances for this to have had a different outcome just MOO
     
  7. legalmomma

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    Case Search - MyCase
    03/08/2019
    Hearing Journal Entry
    Status conference held in chambers with Deputy Prosecutor Daniel Cicchini and defense counsel Aaron Freeman. Due to the Defendant's hospitalization, the initial hearing is continued to March 15, 2019 at 9:15 a.m. The prior pre-trial release order is modified so that the Defendant is be permitted to self-report to MCCC for pre-trial alcohol monitoring and placement with a mental health case manager upon the posting of bond and her release from the hospital. The State's motion to increase the Defendant's bond is DENIED. The Defendant is permitted to enroll in in-patient mental health/substance abuse treatment upon release. MCCC and/or defense counsel shall notify the Court if alcohol monitoring cannot be accomplished in her treatment facility. Judge Pro Tem form filed.
     
  8. caspias

    caspias Active Member

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    From - Case Search - MyCase

    "03/14/2019
    Hearing Scheduling Activity
    Initial Hearing originally scheduled on 03/15/2019 at 9:15 AM was rescheduled to 03/22/2019 at 9:30 AM. Reason: By Request.

    03/15/2019
    Automated ENotice Issued to Parties
    Order Granting Motion for Continuance ---- 3/14/2019 : Aaron Michael Freeman;Kristin Kuhns;Terry Raymond Curry;Daniel Joseph Cicchini Hearing Scheduling Activity ---- 3/14/2019 : Aaron Michael Freeman;Kristin Kuhns;Terry Raymond Curry;Daniel Joseph Cicchini

    03/22/2019
    Initial Hearing
    Session:
    03/15/2019 9:15 AM, Rescheduled
    Session:
    03/22/2019 9:30 AM, Judicial Officer: Stoner, Mark D"


    Guessing she's still recovering in the hospital from severe frostbite and who knows what else, so hearing postponed again.
     
  9. Medstudies

    Medstudies Blue hair don’t care

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    If Rachel is still in the hospital, she must’ve had some pretty serious injuries. It’s been 10 days!
     
  11. lark75

    lark75 Active Member

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    I think her injuries may be very serious. It was 9 degrees that day. I live here, and my car heat was struggling to work, and I was so cold just on my regular commute.
     
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  13. lark75

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    Rachel’s hearing was again postponed to 4/5 if anyone is still following along.
     

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