One of the 11-year-old girls who was allegedly given liquor by two women in Eaton over the weekend had a blood alcohol content of 0.079 percent — just barely below the drunken-driving mark — a “long time” after the incident
, according to court records.
The women denied they allowed the girls to drink, according to court records, and they claimed the girls drank the alcohol without their permission and may have been sneaking drinks. However, the sisters admitted to tying the girls up
when they started “acting crazy.”
Affidavits stated the girls told police they were in the kitchen of the house with Jordan-McVey, and the girls asked her if they could have a drink of alcohol. “McVey gave (one of the girls) some and had her chug it out of the bottle,” court records stated. “A short time later (the other two girls) also got a drink of alcohol out of the same bottle.”
Jordan's bond was initially set at $20,000, while Jordan-McVey's bond was $7,500. While Jordan-McVey paid the $7,500 bond for her release, the court apparently dropped Jordan's $20,000 bond and released her on “unsupervised custody.” Mueller said he did not know why the bond was dropped.