- A grand jury indicted the Virginia mother last week on charges of felony murder and felony child neglect in the death of her 4-year-old son, who investigators believe ate a large number of THC gummies.
Dorothy Annette Clements, 30, is now being held without bond, according to the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office.
- Her son, Tanner, died on May 8, 2022, after suffering from a medical emergency at home two days prior.
- Detectives found a high level of THC, the chemical in cannabis that causes a person to get high, in the child’s system, and they believe he “ingested a large amount of THC gummies,” officials said.
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