WESTERVILLE, Ohio –
A Westerville woman is facing with six counts of endangering children after she allegedly drugged children at a child care center operated out of her home.
Tammy Elaine Eppley, 37, is accused of crushing medications and supplements, including melatonin and an antihistamine used for the purpose of causing drowsiness, and mixing it into prepared food for the children at her childcare center, Caterpillar Clubhouse.
Detectives say Eppley allegedly mixed the medications into pancake batter and cooked it for the children.
Eppley was caring for a total of six children, including her 2-year-old child, at her childcare center.
Eppley was arrested at her Westerville home in the 80 block of Fairdale Avenue.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Westerville police at 614-882-7444. SOURCE
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