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High On Drugs, Woman Gave Birth On Roadside

Posted by Sandra On December - 17 - 2010

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FORT WALTON BEACH — Nearly five months after a Shalimar woman gave birth on the side of a road, the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office has charged her with aggravated child abuse and drug possession. Krystel Lynn Marie Corkins, 26, who was in the county jail on other charges, was charged Dec. 2 with the two felonies. Corkins is accused of injecting herself once a day with crack cocaine for two weeks before giving birth to a baby girl July 11. The 4-pound, 6-ounce baby was born with cocaine in her system and withdrawal symptoms, according to an offense report from the Sheriff’s Office.

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DREAMCATCHERS FOR ABUSED CHILDREN, INC. is an official non-profit 501(c)3 child abuse & neglect organization. Our mission is to educate the public on all aspects of child abuse such as symptoms, intervention, prevention, statistics, reporting, and helping victims locate the proper resources necessary to achieve a full recovery. We also cover areas such as bullying, teen suicide & prevention, children\'s rights, child trafficking, missing & exploited children, online safety, and pedophiles/sex offenders.

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