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WDKN 1260 AM Country Gospel Talk Radio A Hickman County woman facing drug charges was arrested this week after giving birth at Horizon Medical Center. 33-year-old Jamie Rachel Quillen of Bon Aqua was picked up on a warrant for a probation violation as she was leaving the hospital. Investigators say her new baby is being checked for signs of any health issues related to drug use, which could lead to additional charges against the mother. District Attorney Ray Crouch Jr. of the 23rd Judicial District said he is concerned that Quillen's admitted addiction to methamphetamine could jeopardize the newborn's life. Drug agents from the 21st Judicial District raided Quillen's mobile home Sept. 28 and found evidence of manufacturing meth. She was charged with promotion of, manufacturing and possession of meth, but was released from the Hickman County Jail on a reduced bond of $2,500 two days later. Agents said Quillen admitted to having an addiction to meth but District Attorney Kim Helper of the 21st Judicial District said had never failed a drug screening during her pregnancy and her bond was reduced from $127,000 to $2,500 because of the potential financial strain having an inmate giving birth could cause the Hickman County Sheriff's Office. Crouch obtained a warrant charging Quillen with violating the terms of her probation on drug charges in Dickson County and she was arrested as she left Horizon Medical Center after giving birth. Because of federal privacy laws, officials would not discuss the health of the baby. If the newborn is found to have any signs of problems that can be related to fetal drug use, Quillen could be charged with additional counts under new tougher laws in Tennessee.24.10.2014 at 04:52 pmLike

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