Teenage mother arrested for molesting her own baby

Ashley Williams 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A man told police that his wife repeatedly touched their baby in a sexual manner.

Ashley Williams, who is a 19-year-old mother from Missouri, has been jailed after she allegedly sexually abused her own two-month-old baby.

Deputies were sent to Mercy Hospital in Lebanon, Missouri, after receiving a report of suspected child abuse which was detected during a routine checkup.

During the investigation, the husband, told detectives he saw Ashley touching the child in a sexual manner several times during the last five days.

When officers interviewed Williams, she admitted to the charges stating that she wanted to know how if feels to be an abuser rather than the one who is being sexually abused.

Williams was booked into the Laclede County Jail and charged with sexual abuse of children in the first degree. Her bail was set at $100,000.

Top Israeli rabbi calls Obama a king worthy of a Jew's blessing

Rabbo Ovadia Yosef 
By: John Roberts

An Israeli rabbi has called the U.S. president, a king worthy of every Jew’s blessing, according to press reports in Israel.

Those of the Jewish faith who have the privilege to personally see President Obama during his trip to Israel, should make a special blessing for kings. He is, after all, a "kind of king in our time," Rabbi Ovadia Yosef said, in remarks translated and reported by several U.S. media outlets.

Rabbi Yosef’s statements come in the context of an answer he gave to students who wanted to know how to act during Obama's visit in Israel. The rabbi called it a "mitzvah" or a good deed and religious duty to try to personally attend one of the stops of Obama.

He also said that Obama has the authority to pardon those sentenced to death. Therefore, the president is considered a king in our time. He can also declare war on an enemy state and those lucky enough to be able to visit with the president should say a specific blessing, called "He who gives dignity to the flesh and blood." The rabbi said the blessing should only be said by those personally seeing Obama and not by those who see him on television.

The rabbi also said that the special blessing also applies to those meeting first lady Michelle Obama. Anyone who visits with her in person must also give special thanks, the rabbi said.

Ovadia Yosef previously served as the Sephardic chief rabbi in Israel.

Mexico police releases app that will track citizens

The new my police app 
By: John Roberts

The police in Mexico will now be able to follow your every move and read all your emails, according to press reports in Mexico.

If you live in the capital city of Mexico or plan to visit in the near future, it may be a good idea to let the police keep an eye on you.

At least that's what city officials in Mexico were saying when they announced the release of their new app for Android and iOS. The new application, that was launched by the Ministry of Public Security, will allow all residents of the Mexican capital to call the police at the touch of a button.

The My Police app is a simple program that has a function to notify the police and a second function that displays the location of the user on a Google map.

A technology magazine reported that there are two problems with the application. One is the cost for international users and the other is about the publication of sensitive data that could be compromised by hackers or external sources.

Another problem which some people have raised is the ability for the police to monitor everything on the phone including all personal emails.

Woman finds dead cat inside sausage

Krod Yotchomrang 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A woman was preparing a sausage in order to enjoy a nice dinner with her family but was shocked to find a dead cat inside, according to press reports in Thailand.

At first, finding the cat skeleton inside her sausage seemed very serious but it turned out to be a stroke of good luck for the woman in Thailand who turned the cat's corpse into a sanctuary.

Krod Yotchomrang, 52, in Buri Ram, Thailand, was preparing freshly cooked sausages for her family when she noticed something strange inside one of them.

"I was cutting the third sausage when I noticed what looked like a small cat," she told a newspaper. "I almost threw up when I realized I nearly ate the body of a kitten for dinner," she added.

For some reason however, she decided to create a shrine for the kitten and began praying to it.

Once word spread in the neighborhood, her friends began visiting the shrine and prayed to it too. Surprisingly, she won several local lottery tickets, so now she is convinced that the kitten corpse can bring people luck.
Local officials are more skeptical, and are simply trying to figure out how the cat sneaked into the sausage.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Man arrested after yelling the word Bingo

Austin Whaley 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct related charges after he yelled bingo, according to police reports in Kentucky.

A police officer compared the act to shouting fire in a crowded theater. The police officer said that a man, 18-years-old, falsely yelled bingo in a room located in Covington, Kentucky.

Austin Whaley was slapped with a charge of disorderly conduct and then ordered by a judge last week to refrain from saying the word bingo for the next six months.

According to the report, Whaley came to the bingo hall full of elderly women early last month. The man yelled bingo and interrupted the game for several minutes because all the players thought they had lost, the local newspaper wrote. Whaley was asked to apologize to the angry players, but his refusal prompted a police officer to take action.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Hot woman pleads guilty to stealing $1 million but avoids jail

Renata Shamrakova 
By: Sarah Weiss

A hot woman admitted this week in court to stealing $1 million but she will not do any jail time, according to court proceedings in New York City.

Renata Shamrakova admitted in Manhattan Supreme Court on Wednesday that she had stolen almost $1 million while working as a personal assistant to financier Todd Meister. She had initially denied the accusation. Under terms of her plea deal, she will avoid going to jail, but must return the stolen money over a period of two years.

When asked by the judge if she had committed second-degree grand theft after stealing from Meister, 28-years-old Shamrakova said: "Yes, your honor."

Meister, 42, had insisted he had nothing more than a working relationship with Shamrakova. She has been saying since her arrest in February 2012 that the embezzlement had really been "gifts" that Meister gave her in the course of a workplace romance.

By owning up to the charges and securing a deal with prosecutors, Shamrakova avoided a possible 15 year prison sentence. She must pay back $821,000. It is believed that her parents will pay her debts by selling a portion of their properties.

Shamrakova committed identity theft by signing two American Express cards in Meister’s name. She went to Aruba, Canada, India, Italy and France. She also purchased thousands of pieces of jewelry that she then sold online. She paid the credit card companies by a checking account belonging to Meister.

"I appreciate the hard work that the prosecutor did in this case and her willingness to consider the facts," Meister said. He said he was grateful that "justice was done".

Lipa Schmeltzer’s releases song in honor of his son’s bar mitzvah

Lipa Schmeltzer with his son 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) Lipa Schmeltzer took his eldest son on a trip Hungary in honor of his Bar Mitzvah.

Lipa Schmeltzer took his son Moshe Yosef on an emotional journey to the grave of the grandfather he never met. His son is named after his grandfather.

His grandfather Moshe Yosef his Lipa’s paternal grandfather.

As the second youngest of twelve, Lipa, was the first family member to name his child Moshe Yosef after his grandfather.

"My entire family did not name their children Moshe Yosef, because they wanted to name their sons, Yaakov Yosef, after the previous Skverer Rebbe," Schmeltzer said.

Schmelter took a trip to Budapest together with his son. Lipa’s son had an opportunity to put on tefillin for the first time at the tomb of his grandfather.

Lipa said: "I wanted my own father to come with us. I wanted him to have the opportunity to say Kaddish for his father, but he refused.”

The father of Lipa, Reuven Schmeltzer, survived the World War II, fleeing Hungary. He spent several weeks in Bergen Belsen concentration camp before arriving to safety in Switzerland.

In the beginning of the video below Schmeltzer is seen asking his father to join him on the trip at his expense, but his father refused saying that to him: “Hungary is finished and he was never going back.”

In the video you can see a full documentary of Schmeltzer’s trip with his son Moshe Yosef.

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Pink Floyd musician urges other musicians to ditch Israel

Roger Waters 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A Pink Floyd musician has urged fellow musicians in the industry to boycott Israel, according to press reports in The United States.

The very vocal Pink Floyd singer, Roger Waters, is trying to bring more of his fellow musicians to join his boycott of the State of Israel. Waters spoke to world leaders at the U.N. about war crimes committed by Israel against Palestine, and now is pleading to his peers to help the cause.

Waters explained the next steps: "I am about to publish an open letter to all my colleagues in the music industry, asking them to join me in the BDS movement. This is not just for my colleagues in the U.K. or the U.S. but all around the world."

We found some traction. Stevie Wonder pulled out of a concert series announced for the area. Waters said: "I wrote a letter saying that it would be like to play ball in Johannesburg the day after the police slaughter of Sharpeville in 1960. It would not be a great thing to do, especially as he was meant to be an ambassador peace U.N. It was not just me. Desmond Tutu also wrote a letter."

Waters added: "This was a week after I made a speech to the U.N. Neither incident was reported anywhere in the mainstream media in the United States of America."

Waters also said he was going to play with the idea of recording a single in support for the BDS with Steven Van Zandt, guitarist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band and a man well versed in the songs of protest, to further publicize the boycott.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Presidential limo of Barack Obama breaks down in Israel

The Beast being towed after it broke down 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) The presidential limo of Barack Obama broke down on an Israeli highway, according to press reports in Israel.

Barack Obama's heavily armored limousine, nicknamed "The Beast", broke down in Israel, even before the U.S. President has landed in the country after handlers filled up the gas tank with unleaded gasoline diesel instead of diesel.

The U.S. Secret Service was forced to bring over another vehicle from Jordan. The second limo was there since Obama plans to visit Jordan immediately after his visit to Israel.

“The Beast” failed to restart, and was towed away, but Obama, who landed at Ben-Gurion International Airport yesterday afternoon, was not in the country at the time when the vehicle broke down.

A second presidential limousine was at the airport to pick up Obama.
"We had no mechanical problems with one of the cars," Edwin Donovan, a Secret Service spokesperson, said. "We do not know what the cause was," he added.

Donovan could not confirm reports that the limo was refueled with unleaded gasoline instead of diesel.
The specially constructed Cadillac Presidential Limousine weighs an estimated 8 tons.

Although the Secret Service did not disclose details about the vehicle, it reportedly has several inches of armor and bulletproof glass, special suspension to absorb explosions and tightly closed doors and windows in the event of a gas attack.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Hero supermarket shopper caught on camera saving toddler's life

Father Michael Narkle holding Shaylar 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A family is grateful to a stranger who saved their daughter’s life after she passed out during a shopping trip.

The stranger saved the life of the little girl in an Australian supermarket.

Amy Collard was shopping on Sunday when her two-year-old daughter, Shaylar, suddenly lost consciousness and stopped breathing.

Collard ran with the lifeless body of her daughter to the front of the store and begged other shoppers for help in saving her daughter, CCTV footage of the supermarket showed.

A couple can be seen helping the girl. They turned the girls head down and tried to revive her, while Collard ran to look for her husband. The girl's father, Michael Narkle, ran into the store. He is see breaking down after he saw his daughter's lifeless body.

The situation seems hopeless as numerous attempts to save the girl failed. Rowan O'Neill, jumped into action. He did CPR on the girl who was lying on the checkout counter. Incredibly, the girl opened her eyes.

Shoppers in the store cried and hugged each other after they witnessed the dramatic incident.

The child's parents are very grateful to O'Neill for saving the life of their daughter. "I thought she was going to die," Collard said. "I’m lucky he was there," he added.

The girl was taken to the hospital where she spent the night. She is back home and in good health.

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Man turns roadkill cat into carpet and sells it for nearly $1,000

Dead cat turned into carpet 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A man found a dead cat and turned it into a carpet which sold for nearly $1,000.

Taxidermist Andrew Lancaster saw a dead male cat on the side of a highway. He took it home and turned it into a carpet.

"I thought it was a very nice cat. I made ​​a U-turn and picked it up and took it home,” he said.

The taxidermist who likes to work with animals is always on the lookout for roadkill in New Zealand. Lancaster cleaned the cat and turned it into a small carpet.

Lancaster posed the taxidermied tabby on an online auction. He wrote: "great little gift for man cave.” The carpet sold for a whopping $955.

Some people loved it and called it “amazing art,” while others were angry and called it “disrespect to animals.”

The cat carpet upset animal advocates who said it was “disturbing”.

Eliot Pryor, from the animal advocacy organization SAFE, said the sale of cats was in bad taste. “There is something unpleasant about the attitude shown towards the dead animal,'' he said.

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Burglar tracked down by barcode of break-in tool he left behind

Scott Rodrigue 
By: David Ross

A robber was caught after he left his brand new pickaxe behind.

The burglar broke into a pharmacy, ransacked the store and stole a lot of pharmaceutical drugs.

The man used a pickaxe to break into the pharmacy. While the thief made off with the drugs, he left behind the pickaxe. The axe still had the price sticker from the home improvement store where it was purchased, Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Col. John Fortunato said.

Authorities in Louisiana were able to track the robber by the price tag from the pickaxe.

The label included a barcode indicating when and where the item was bought. Police went to the home improvement store and reviewed the security camera, Fortunato said.

A store near the pharmacy had video surveillance from the night of the robbery, showing the same man and police were able to get his vehicle license plate.

The man was identified as 43-year-old Scott Rodrigue. The stolen pharmaceutical drugs were found during a search of the house.

Rodriguez was charged with robbery and possession of drugs. He released on bail of $70,000.

Hungary gives award to anti Jewish journalist

Ferenc Szaniszlo 
By: David Ross

Hungary has issued an award to an anti Jewish journalist recently, an action that drew an angry response from Jewish leaders around the world and Israel, according to press reports in the United States.

Now, Israel has asked Hungary to withdraw the state journalism award given to a television presenter whose station was fined in 2011 for making disparaging remarks about Gypsies and Jews.

The Israeli ambassador to Hungary, Ilan Mor, said Monday that the award that was given to Ferenc Szaniszlo, was to the wrong person and for the wrong reasons.

"His ideas have no place in a free and democratic society such as Hungary," Mor said in a statement.
"While Israel and Hungary are cooperating in the fight against anti-Semitism, these awards can cause a negative impression and lead us to the wrong road," he added.

Speaking on his television program on Echo in 2011, Szaniszlo said that the Gypsies are monkeys and suggested that they, along with the Jews, had carried out anti-Hungarian activities.

In another program in 2010, Szaniszlo said Israel had been created by the West as a wall against the Arab and Muslim countries.

Israeli soldiers and yeshiva students work together to help the needy

Yeshiva student with Israeli soldier 
By: David Ross

Every year before Passover there is an increase of help to the needy from various organizations throughout Israel and the world.

This year, numerous yeshiva students along with IDF soldiers are working closely together to make Passover as happy as possible for needy families. Groups were seen packing food boxes for the holidays at Merkaz Leaniyim Maor, a food distribution project by the Shuva Yisrael network.

The organization aims to deliver food to tens of thousands of families this year. Some of the packages will be shipped overseas to help needy Jewish families in Europe and in the United States.

Chief Rabbi Yeshayahu Pinto said in his weekly sermon that many need help this year in particular. Many families who were financially stable before have been forced to seek help for the first time, due to the persistent global economic crisis, he said.

Therefore, it is particularly important to help them enjoy a kosher Passover, he explained.
Each food package was packed with a wide variety of items, including a double package of matzoh and kosher for Passover cake.

Gaza rockets slam into Israel as Obama meets with Abbas

Gaza rocket that hit Israel 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) President Obama is getting a taste of what it is like for Israelis to live under constant rocket attacks as several Gaza rockets slammed into Israel as Obama was set to meet Palestinian president Abbas, according to Israeli police officials.

Israeli police said that no injuries have been reported after two rockets slammed into a city on the border between Israel and Gaza during President Obama's first visit to that country as president.

A police spokesperson told the press that one of the Qassam rockets fell in a yard of a house in the city of Sderot in southern Israel, and the authorities are looking for another suspected rocket that probably landed in an open field.

Meanwhile, Obama was miles away in Jerusalem at the time, where he visited the Israel Museum, to inspect the Dead Sea Scrolls, which highlight the ancient Jewish people's connection to the land that is now Israel. Obama arrived in the West Bank city of Ramallah to meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, at around 11:00 am local time.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Jewish West Bank city names neighborhood after Jonathan Pollard

Free Jonathan Pollard rally 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

An Israeli West Bank city has named a neighborhood after Jonathan Pollard, according to press reports in Israel.

Signs of support for the release of Jonathan Pollard is increasing throughout Israel. On Wednesday morning, the city of Karmei Tzur in the West Bank named a new district after Pollard.

The neighborhood is called Tzur Yonatan.
Gush Etzion Regional Council head Davidi Perl attended a celebration in honor of the new district. Israeli Knesset Member, Shuli Moalem for Bayit Yehudi was also at the celebration.

"We are all part of the struggle to bring Jonathan Pollard back to Israel," Perl said. "We all pray for him every Shabbat, and came to the conclusion that now, as President Obama is here, we must raise our voices and say, ‘Let Jonathan come home.'"

Israel treats another 4 wounded Syrians

Wounded Syrian rushed to an Israeli medical center 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) Israel is again showing its humanitarian effort toward the citizens of Syria, by treating additional wounded Syrians, according to Israeli officials.

Four Syrians who were wounded recently received emergency care by IDF physicians on the northern border of Israel on Wednesday, with two hospitalized later in the Jewish state.

The four had approached the border fence of their own volition, the office of the Israeli army spokesperson said.
Medical intervention is provided for humanitarian reasons and with the approval of IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, the spokesperson said.

However, the incident does not constitute a change in Israel's policy to avoid intervening in the affairs of Syria, and Israel as a policy is not accepting the refugees from Syria, the spokesperson added.

The Israeli army said the two victims are to be returned to Syria once their treatment has completed. In the video below you will hear a report how wounded Syrians have previously been treated at Israeli hospitals.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Police raid the home of IMF chief Christine Lagarde

Christine Lagarde 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) The home of the IMF chief has been raided by police, according to press reports in France.

French police on Wednesday searched the Paris apartment of Christine Lagarde, who is the managing director of the International Monetary Fund, as part of an investigation into her handling of a financial scandal when she was French finance minister.

The investigation concerns Lagarde's decision in 2007 to refer to a court of arbitration a dispute between Bernard Tapie, a French billionaire and supporter of the former president, Nicolas Sarkozy, and the state bank Credit Lyonnais. The panel finally negotiated a deal that awarded Tapie about $580 million, including interest.

A panel of judges is investigating whether she was complicit in the embezzlement of public funds in what critics say was a prize too generous to a presidential friend.

Lagarde has repeatedly denied the allegations and has expressed her willingness to cooperate with any investigation.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Family demands in court that neighboring sex offender purchase their home

Oliver Larry Beck 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A family is trying to force a neighboring sex offender to purchase their home, according to a new lawsuit filed in a Pennsylvania court.

The Pennsylvania family has sued the registered sex offender in an attempt to force him to buy the family home, where the family said it is stuck after the neighbor was convicted of sexually assaulting their daughter.

The lawsuit was filed in Lehigh County by the child's parents.

Oliver Larry Beck, 65, pleaded guilty in 2011 to indecent assault of a child under age 13, and was sentenced to three to 23 months in prison. After his release, he was required to register as a sex offender.

The family claims that the proximity of their home to a registered sex offender caused their home to be unsellable. The parents also said they feel trapped by living next to the man who raped their daughter.
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Deer jumps at police officer while opening trunk of suspicious car

Deer jumps out from car trunk 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) Several police officers will not so quickly engage in opening car trunks of suspicious vehicles in the near future.

A public safety official was searching a suspicious car parked behind a southwest Michigan motel early Tuesday when suddenly a deer came out of the trunk, ran into the road and bolted into the nearby woods.

Local television news stations reported that the driver told Kalamazoo Officer David Miller that he hit the deer in the road and he thought he had killed it so he took it home for dinner.

Police car dashboard camera video shows Miller opening the trunk, and trying to close it quickly because he saw the deer. The animal escaped from the trunk and ran off into the woods.

Lt. Stacey Geik said that the collision probably just surprised the deer.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Pennsylvania school bans the use of deodorant

Axe Body Spray 
By: Eva Fett

A U.S. school has ordered its students to stop using deodorant spray because of all the bad smells, according to press reports in the United States.

The Pennsylvania high school ordered its students to cut down the body spray.

Freedom High School in Bethlehem, said that one of its students was recently taken to a hospital after being exposed to Axe Body Spray. Now, authorities are asking students to stop using it as a cologne or perfume while attending school.

Unilever, which makes Axe, said it is investigating the report. The company said in a statement that the safety and welfare of users "is always our first priority" and consumers with concerns should call the toll-free number on the back of the package.

School officials said that the student concerned is very allergic to the spray. It was not immediately clear what chemical caused the allergic reaction in the student.

Mother jailed after killing her newborn twins and throwing them into laundry basket

Lindsey Lowe 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested, charged and convicted of murder related charges after killing her newborn twins and throwing them into a laundry basket, according to court proceedings in Tennessee.

A jury found the 26-year-old Tennessee woman guilty of murder Tuesday in the 2011 suffocation deaths of newborn twins who were found in her laundry basket.

The jury of seven men and five women convicted Lindsey Lowe, from the suburbs of Nashville, of murder, premeditated murder and aggravated child abuse. She was immediately sentenced to life imprisonment by the court.

Lowe, who was often emotional in court, did not show emotion after the sentencing. She was dry-eyed as she turned to family and friends who sobbed in the courtroom.

The defendant, who carried a Bible in much of the seven-day trial, said softly: "I'm fine. I love you all. He is with me", pointing to the sky.

At trial, the jury saw a video of Lowe telling police she had given birth alone on September 12, 2011, in the bathroom of her parents' house in a quiet cul de sac in an upper middle class neighborhood.

The bodies were not found until two days later. A family member discovered a dead baby in a laundry basket in the house in Henderson, 20 miles northeast of Nashville. When police arrived to investigate, officers found the second body in the same basket.

Lowe was engaged at the time but became pregnant from an affair with another man, jurors were told. She hid the pregnancy from her family and friends.

A detective testified that police searched the house thoroughly, but found no evidence that Lowe had made plans for the birth.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Woman kills husband by pushing him out window, blames thin glass

Amber Michelle Hilberling 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested and charged with murder related charges after she pushed her husband out from a window, killing him. She then blamed the window’s thin glass for the reason her husband is now dead, according to police reports in Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma woman confessed to police to pushing her husband out from a highrise window but said she never intended to kill her man.

Instead, Amber Michelle Hilberling, 21, laments that the glass of the window of her apartment was not strong enough to stop Joshua Hilberling, her 23-year-old veteran of the Air Force husband, from plummeting 17 floors to his death.

The woman also sued University Club Tower in Tulsa for alleged negligence resulting from the dangerously unsafe glass.
The statement by her defense counsel made ​​clear that Amber Hilberling will claim self-defense as justification for pushing Joshua Hilberling.

The court heard several witnesses Wednesday during the first week of the second-degree murder trial. The testimony painted a picture of Amber Hilberling, who was pregnant during the incident, as hysterical and distraught.

"My husband fell out the window! I pushed my husband out of the window! I killed my husband," she reportedly shouted after his death.

Armando Rosales, a glass repairman, went to the apartment after hearing the glass shatter. Amber Hilberling’s claim about the glass was confirmed to the court.

The glass was allegedly part of the original construction of the building and would have been thicker if built more recently. It was not much stronger than the glass used in the standard home windows, Rosales said.
Rosales also told the jury he feared Amber Hilberling would push him through the broken window after entering the apartment.

The jury found the woman guilty of second degree murder.

Mother jailed after allowing diabetic daughter to eat sweets

Georgia Jones and her daughter Chasity Butler 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A mother was arrested and charged after her daughter died from complications of diabetes, according to court proceedings in Texas.

Now, the Texas mother was jailed for the death of her diabetic daughter after failing to control her condition by allowing her to eat sugar filled sweets.

Georgia Jones, 31, will spend the next 16 years locked up after confessing to feeding Chasity Butler, who was only nine-years-old, foods that are high in sugar.

She also left Chasity, who died in her mother's bed with a bag full of candy and a half-eaten muffin. She allowed the little girl to monitor her own blood glucose readings and insulin injections.

Jones, of Dallas, was arrested a year after the death of her daughter. A coroner ruled that her death was from complications of diabetes type I.

Jones was, according to the state police and Child Protective Services, responsible for failing to prevent the death as she did not control or treat her daughter’s condition.

Detectives revealed that Jones has not attended a Diabetes 101 class one week after her daughter fell into a coma and was diagnosed with the disease in 2005.

The night of her death, Chasity, who had dangerously high levels of glucose, stomach pains and diarrhea, was fed noodles and sweets to celebrate her sister's birthday.

"The diabetes was not adequately controlled causing her to be constantly sick and in bed instead of leading a normal life like other children of her age," Dallas police documents said.
Jones pleaded guilty and was sentenced by Judge Gary Stephens on Monday.