Tucker felt sick to her stomach and vomited after drinking a 20-ounce soda Sutton gave her that "tasted nasty and burnt her throat," according to court records. She went to the hospital Aug. 9, and the hospital reported a possible poisoning to police.
The unborn child survived. Tucker, who was treated and released, is now 15 weeks pregnant....
Tucker told authorities Sutton tried to get her to drink more of the soda, "telling her that soda helps an upset stomach," according to charging documents. She told police that Sutton is the father of her child and that he wanted her to have an abortion, the records said. Sutton was charged with reckless endangerment, assault and knowingly and willingly contaminating Tucker's drink by adding poison or poisonous matter.
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Another man tries to kill his unborn child
This time by spiking his girlfriend's beverage with a cattle hormone which can cause cows to miscarry.