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Former Indiana Daycare Director Charged With Giving Youngsters Melatonin Gummies

GREENFIELD, Ind. (AP) — A former suburban Indianapolis daycare director is dealing with a couple of fees after being accused of giving melatonin gummies to kids with out their folks’ consent to get them to sleep.

Tonya Rachelle Voris, 52, of Fortville faces 11 counts of forget of a dependent and 6 counts of reckless supervision through a childcare supplier.

Voris previously operated the Kidz Lifestyles Childcare Ministry at New Lifestyles Church in Cumberland, courtroom data say.

Pastor David Faulk informed Cumberland police he discovered Voris and every other worker gave 17 youngsters, ages 1 to 4, melatonin gummies with out their folks’ consent from mid-December during the finish of January, courtroom paperwork stated.

Faulk informed police he fired Voris after she admitted to giving melatonin gummies to one of the most youngsters. Faulk stated the opposite employee used to be nonetheless hired on the daycare.

A number of folks informed police their kids had issues together with hassle napping and creating a rash.

Prison data display Voris used to be booked into the Hancock County Prison on Monday and launched on bond. A phone message in search of remark at the allegations towards her used to be left for her legal professional Tuesday night.

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