Decatur Police arrest two mothers after infants test positive for opiates

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DECATUR, Ala. (WHNT) – Decatur police announced two mothers turned themselves into the police department on charges of chemical endangerment of a child.

Investigators say both woman gave birth to infants that tested positive for opiates. A joint investigation was conducted by the Morgan County Department of Human Resources as well as the Decatur Police Department.

Kristin Nichole Milliken

Kristin Nichole Milliken

Officials say 31-year-old Kristin Nichole Millliken took Dilauded and Hydrocodone without a prescription, fully aware she was pregnant at the time. She gave birth to a baby boy on March 27.


Summer  Yvonne Hill

Summer Yvonne Hill

Officials say 36-year-old Summer Yvonne Hill gave birth to a baby boy on December 16, 2014. Investigators say she took Norco and Percocet without a prescription, fully aware she was pregnant at the time.

Investigators say it’s unknown at this time if the children will suffer any long term effects or disabilities as a result of the drug exposure.



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