Target: Mark Lindquist, Prosecuting Attorney of Pierce County
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the parents who allegedly injected their children with heroin.
A Washington couple has been accused of injecting their three small children with heroin. Needles and rat droppings were found in their home, where a 6-year-old boy, a 4-year-old girl and a 2-year-old girl lived. Demand the maximum penalty in this case.
The a 6-year-old boy allegedly told investigators that his parents choked him before injecting him with “feel good medicine.” He also reported that his parents mixed a white powder with water and then used a needle to inject it into him and his siblings. Bruises and cuts, reportedly found on the youngest girl’s body, were indicative of heroin injection.
The three children were taken into the custody of Child Protective Services (CPS). Ashlee Hutt and her boyfriend, Mac McIver, face three counts each of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance to a minor, second-degree criminal mistreatment and second-degree child assault. Sign below and demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear Prosecutor Lindquist,
A woman and her boyfriend reportedly injected their three young children with heroin and called it “feel good medicine.” We demand justice for these innocent children.
In a CPS interview, Ashlee Hutt and Mac McIver admitted to being heroin addicts and spoke of others using heroin in their house. Their 6-year-old boy reported that his parents injected him with a mixture of white powder and water and usually fell asleep afterwards. The youngest child tested positive for heroin through a hair follicle test and marks on her skin were indicative of injections.
This horrific abuse cannot go unpunished. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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