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Pathetic: Mom accused of lacing kids drinks with drugs

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CANTON, OH (WOIO) - The mom accused of forcing her children to drink drug-laced Kool-Aid will go before a judge Friday morning.

24-year-old Jacqueline Stout allegedly mixed crushed prescription pills into her kids drinks on Wednesday at their 15th Street NE home.

The 6-year-old boy and four-year-old girl survived, and are being treated at Akron Childrens Hospital.

19 Action News has learned that Stout also tried to kill herself, but was unsuccessful.

Stout is now charged with two counts of endangering children and two counts of attempt to commit murder.

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