Day care owner drugged kids so she could go tanning

The woman pleaded guilty to one count of third-degree assault and 11 counts of first-degree criminal mistreatment in February

The woman pleaded guilty to one count of third-degree assault and 11 counts of first-degree criminal mistreatment in February

One family said their daughter suffered a brain injury, consistent with shaken baby syndrome, while in Neatherlin's care; other parents said their children were struggling to sleep after Neatherlin fed them the drug, according to KTVZ. The parent of the little girl, Audrey Torrance, said she was left with blisters on the mouth and shoulders.

The sentencing hearing came almost one year after police investigators found seven children under five years old drugged and unattended at Neatherlin's unlicensed Little Giggles Day Care while she was at a tanning salon.

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".

January Neatherlin, 32, who was sentenced Friday, had been running an illegal childcare operation called "Little Giggles" for four years and lied to parents saying that she was a registered nurse.

KTVZ reported that 32-year-old January Irene Neatherlin was sentenced Friday in an OR courtroom full of tearful parents.

When police arrived to arrest Neatherlin one of the children was covered in fresh vomit - and some of the children still had melatonin in their systems.

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She also said she failed as a parent and neglected to take care of her own children. When pressed to give an answer Neatherlin said they were spider bites.

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

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According to NIH, there have been "no reports of significant side effects of melatonin in children".

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Neatherlin was on a list of subsidized child care for students at Oregon State University-Cascades.

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The judge said Neatherlin will receive credit for time served on her sentence.

But she also admitted that she had done wrong. "But I failed you all".

Prosecutors initially recommended a 35-year prison sentence for Neatherlin. A day care license is only needed if a provider cares for more than three children. On Friday, a judge sentenced her to 21 years and four months in prison.

According to the court records, 32-year-old January Neatherlin has been under scrutiny since 2014, after her former boyfriend and roommate told the authorities that the woman was running an illegal day center.

"It is sheer serendipity and chance that some of those kids were not killed".

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