Wis. woman accused of teaching 12-year-old to inject meth

A western Wisconsin woman allegedly taught a 12-year-old to inject methamphetamine and was sentenced last week after pleading guilty to felony meth possession and burglary in St. Croix County. Bridget Nicole Eisele, 33, must serve 1 year in jail, 3 years probation and enroll in drug court, the Hudson Star-Observer reported.

Eisele was charged in January after her mother, Lisa Burns, reported her Roberts, Wis. home had been burglarized. Police discovered Eisele had been staying at the home and was suspected in the burglary. A missing safe containing jewelry, knives, about $2,900 in cash and pain medication was found in Minnesota, so police returned to the home and found Burns' 12-year-old daughter.

The child apparently told police that Eisele did "oxy" or "meth" demonstrated how to inject drugs in front of her. Police said Eisele has helped the girl shoot up drugs on at least one occasion.

Full story: Hudson Star-Observer

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