Myrtle Seashore police locate mother passed out with children in resort

A Pennsylvania female has been billed with unlawful neglect following leaving two younger children unattended

A Pennsylvania female has been billed with unlawful neglect following leaving two younger children unattended while she overdosed on medicines in an Ocean Boulevard resort a couple days prior to Xmas, in accordance to a Myrtle Seashore police arrest warrant.

On Dec. 22, Myrtle Beach front law enforcement responded to Ocean Reef Vacation resort, 7100 North Ocean Boulevard, for the report of an overdose. EMS found a girl — 32-yr-old Jamie Marie Miller, of Glassport, Pennsylvania — who appeared to be underneath the impact of one thing, in accordance to the warrant. The woman appeared to have just appear to, needles were being observed, her speech was slurred and she was unsteady on her ft, EMS mentioned.

EMS explained to police that two victims — her little ones, 2 and 6 yrs old, respectively — ended up on web site as perfectly. A witness instructed law enforcement that they gained about 10 phone calls from the place and the male kid explained to them that he was terrified and his mom was locked in the lavatory, according to the warrant.

Police also found that the 10th-tale room’s sliding glass door to the balcony was open and the small children could have climbed more than the railing, the warrant states.

Primarily based on the information collected, law enforcement decided that Miller positioned her children in unreasonable chance for their safety and billed her with illegal neglect of kid or helpless human being by legal custodian.

As of Sunday afternoon, Miller was still remaining held in J. Reuben Extended Detention Center, in accordance to online data.

Illegal neglect is punishable of up to 10 yrs in jail.

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