Daycare owner sentenced for drugging children, leaving them to go tanning

Daycare owner sentenced for drugging children, leaving them to go tanning

Daycare owner sentenced for drugging children, leaving them to go tanning

Bend police began watching Neatherlin last March after her former boyfriend and a former roommate reported her behavior.

A DAYCARE owner has been jailed for more than 21 years for drugging children in her care with melatonin so she could spend all day tanning and going to the gym.

"There is a pattern with you of lying repeatedly, of repeatedly putting children at risk", Ashby said Friday, KTVZ reported.

The 32-year-old had been telling parents they couldn't pick up or drop off their children between 11 a.m. or 2 p.m.

Court documents said she had an "ongoing, systematic scheme of doing what she wanted and getting what she wanted, without any concern for the danger she was placing others in".

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Several children were also found to have suffered injuries while in Neatherlin's care, including one girl who sustained a brain injury consistent with shaken baby syndrome.

Little Giggles owner January Neatherlin was found guilty of drugging kids in her care so she could work out and get a tan. Ashby said the aftermath of her crimes led to broken relationships, behavioral problems and financial struggles.

Police said she drove her kids to school on the first trip and on the second went to a local tanning salon.

Prosecutors initially recommended a 35-year prison sentence for Neatherlin.

January Neatherlin, 32, had been running an illegal childcare operation called Little Giggles for approximately four years and pleaded guilty to 11 counts of first-degree criminal mistreatment and one count of third-degree assault, according to court records.

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The other counts of criminal mistreatment are for previous incidents with children.

Neatherlin will spend at least 21 years and four months in prison.

Officers watched as parents dropped off their children and then saw Neatherlin drive away hours later, authorities said.

"It is this court's hope that you are able to find it or reconstruct it, and make yourself whole at some point", he said.

State records showed the business was investigated twice since 2014 by state child welfare advocates. Some of her convictions came under the aliases January Livsey and January Brooks. "I made a very poor call, and it has forever changed my life and even ended it", Neatherlin said.

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One of the children left in her care was sent to a Portland hospital with multiple head injuries; another received severe burns because Neatherlin carelessly overheated the milk.

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