Alaina Marie Limpert an Arizona mother is arrested after ‘unwittingly’ feeding her two year old toddler daughter THC-pot infused Mac and Cheese.
Alaina Marie Limpert a 25 year old Tempe, Arizona mother of three has been arrested after allegedly serving her two year old toddler daughter
delicious THC laced macaroni and cheese.
Alaina Limpert’s arrest on Thursday follows the mom allegedly laughing upon realizing her 21 month old daughter was experiencing the side effects of THC, a chemical found in marijuana, as she ate the meal with her father, the Tempe Police Department said.
‘During that time neither parent took the child to immediate emergency care,’ the police report stated.
According to Limpert, the laced butter, otherwise known as ‘cannabutter’ was meant as a ‘treat’ for her husband.
‘When young children get a hold of these products, they can have severe reactions, including nausea, vomiting, disorientation, anxiety-like reactions,’ noted Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency NYC physician, ‘and even psychotic reactions that can make them do things they wouldn’t normally do.’
But it gets grimmer…
Alaina Marie Limpert running a mini drug lab?
After laughing, Limpert ‘proceeded to place [the child] into their backyard pool to use the cold water to ‘shock’ her,’ according to investigators.
The couple’s three children were removed from custody after the Arizona Department of Child Safety after a neighbor notified the agency of the incident.
Blood tests showed THC in the toddler’s bloodstream.
But there’s more….
Limpert, according to police, ‘admitted to making the mac and cheese with THC for her husband, but did not know her daughter ingested it.’
But there’s more still…
Law enforcement officials according to the Phoenix New Times found two marijuana grow tents in the garage, ‘numerous’ glass bongs and pipes, hash oil, mushrooms and within the house’s refrigerator discovered ‘three large tubs of THC butter.’
Yummy! Can we have second servings mom?
A live-in nanny at the house told cops that she’d go into the garage to water the marijuana plants there. On her Facebook, Limpert says she does ‘online marketing for the cannabis community’ as the CEO of a company named Marijuana Demographic.
Limpert was charged with one count of child abuse, cultivation of marijuana and possession of marijuana, among other charges.