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OWENSVILLE, Ind. — A woman flagged down a police officer Thursday night informing him that she was worried about her daughter, 30-year-old Natalie Lawson, after her daycare had called letting her know that she had never shown up to pick up her child. The officer went to the Lawson’s residence and after getting no response from knocking, he entered the unlocked door. Inside the messy house, they found Lawson standing in the living room, nervous and unable to sit down. She informed the officer that she had not slept in two days due to all the meth she had smoked. Aside from finding an answering machine with messages from her daughter’s daycare wanting to know why they still had her kid after 22 hours, they also found a meth pipe in the bathroom. Lawson was charged with child neglect and drug possession, her child placed in the care of Lawson’s mother. I hope this woman is able to turn her life around and be the mother her kid deserves but I am betting she ends up another drain on society as well as an addition to anti-meth before and after pics.

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