Woman Sentenced to Prison For Contaminating Son's IV In Ohio

A West Virginia mother pleaded guilty on Wednesday to child endangerment and was sentenced to six years in prison for injecting feces into her son's intravenous bag at a Cincinnati, Ohio, hospital. Prosecutors said 35 year old Candida Fluty was seen on a hospital security video in January injecting something into the IV bag of her son--then age 9--causing him to run a fever. Fluty was charged in Hamilton County with two counts of felonious assault and two counts of felony child endangerment.