Maple Grove woman pleaded guilty to giving daughter, 12, drugs

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A Maple Grove woman pleaded guilty on charges of giving her 12-year-old daughter heroin and marijuana, the Hennepin County attorney's office said Wednesday.

The girl was hospitalized and released. She is currently receiving continued treatment.

Rebecca Radelle Hill, 37, is expected to be sentenced four years to in prison, the AP reported.

Radelle was originally arrested on charges of shoplifting with her daughter on Oct. 12. She later said that both she and her daughter had used heroin prior to shoplifting. On Oct 13, the girl's dad contacted police and told them he had taken his daughter to the hospital for drug withdrawal. The daughter said Radelle had regularly given her heroin and marijuana. She is currently living with her dad and step-mom, according to the Star Tribune.

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