Logan mom pleads guilty to drugging daughters

FARMINGTON, Utah (AP) — A Logan woman accused of drugging her children with anti-depressants and attempting to cut their wrists has pleaded guilty to reduced criminal charges.Reggie Ann Peck entered guilty pleas Wednesday to one count each of each of inflicting serious harm on a child and administering a substance surreptitiously in 2nd District Court in Farmington.The plea avoids trial and Davis County prosecutors agreed to drop two other charges.The 36-year-old Logan mother will face a 15-year prison term for each charge at sentencing July 27.Police reported finding Peck and her daughters in a locked car on a Weber County roadside last Aug. 30.Prosecutors say Peck gave the girls prescription drugs and tried to slice one child’s wrist with a box cutter. The wound was superficial.

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