Toxic Parenting: Georgia Man Gets Locked Up for Poisoning Baby’s Bottle with Antifreeze!

Georgia Man Gets Locked Up for Poisoning Baby's Bottle with Antifreeze!

Antifreeze-poisoned breast milk resulted in a 50-year jail term for a father in Georgia, according to a Fulton County jury.

The South Fulton Police Department announced on Thursday night that Curtis Jack, who was found guilty on all counts of felony first-degree cruelty to minors and felony criminal attempt to commit murder, had been found guilty on both counts.

He received a 50-year jail term, of which 40 years must be served in detention.

When Jack’s 18-day-old daughter tested positive for ethylene glycol, a substance frequently found in automobile antifreeze, when she was at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta-Scottish Rite Hospital, on October 16, 2020, she was placed under arrest, according to FOX 5 Atlanta at the time.

The child was born on September 24, 2020, according to South Fulton police. Jack and the lady he worked with reportedly urged her to end the pregnancy. According to the authorities, the two had been in an “intimate relationship” since January of that year.

Jack told South Fulton investigators that on October 1, 2020, while his daughter’s mother was still in the hospital following her delivery, he had put antifreeze into bottles of breast milk that he had taken up.

The baby’s grandmother, who was also looking after the mother’s second child while she was in the hospital, received the poisoned bottles from him after that.

The infant girl became dangerously ill within 24 hours, and authorities thought that she had been poisoned.

Along with law enforcement and medical professionals, the baby’s mother and grandmother testified on behalf of the state during Jack’s trial. The court was also shown an example of how simple it was to contaminate breast milk.

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