SANFORD, Fla. - A Sanford mother bonded out of jail Friday night after deputies
said her 5-year-old son overdosed on muscle relaxers. WFTV found out the boy has been taken to the hospital 28 other times for at least four other overdoses.
The sheriff's office is refusing to answer questions why the boy was still in her care after being hospitalized so many times.
Rollin's son is
Family members at the home where reports said the boy likely ingested the drugs refused to talk about the child or his
Police said Rollins admitted that she had Valium in her closet, even though she's on probation.
She was even found with a bottle of urine on her when she was arrested, according to police. They said Rollins claimed it was to help a friend who had to take a drug test.
In November 2009, the boy overdosed on
WFTV asked the Seminole County Sheriff's Office, who handles child protective services for the area, how this mother was able to have custody of her child with this type of records. They refused to answer, citing state statutes that don't permit them to answer in order to protect the child.
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