Missouri mom admits stealing dying daughter's pain meds

A Missouri woman failed to give her dying daughter pain medications and instead took the meds herself according the Troy Police Department

Missouri mom admits stealing dying daughter's pain meds

A drug-addicted Missouri mom was busted this week for swiping pain medication from her terminally ill daughter - and taking it herself, cops said.

Cops executed a search warrant at Ballweg's home on Tuesday - where she fessed up to having an opioid addiction and taking the meds herself.

So doctors chose to screen CM's urine and found no traces of her prescribed drugs - prompting them to no longer fill her prescriptions, cops said. It did not show any of the medications, even though the woman's mother repeatedly requested refills ahead of schedule.

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Carol Ballweg, 46, has been charged with four felony counts of stealing a controlled substance and two misdemeanor counts of abusing an elderly, disabled or vulnerable person, according to online court records.

But medical staff had become anxious that Ballweg's daughter was not being given the essential medicine.

The report identified Ballweg's daughter as "CM", but did not reveal what type of illness the woman has.

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Ballweg, who was her daughter's primary caregiver, admitted to police that she had been withholding the painkillers from her daughter so she could feed her addiction. A judge ordered she cut off contact with her daughter, and her bond was set at $100,000, The New York Post reported.

Fentanyl is classified as a schedule II drug - indicating it has a strong potential to be abused and can create psychological and physical dependence.

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