Mother arrested for infant's death from meth intoxication

Fri Jan 17 17:05:18 PST 2020

Mother arrested for infant's death from meth intoxication

Investigators are working to learn more about the death of an infant in Plymouth after autopsy results came back showing meth in the baby's system.

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