|Updated: 4/26/2012 9:27 am
||Published: 4/25/2012 10:20 pm
A Tulsa woman gave birth to her seventh child, born addicted to crack cocaine. Now that mother, Daiquiri Miller, 34, is in the Tulsa County jail, charged with child neglect.
Police arrested Daiquiri Miller on Wednesday night. Miller is a mother of seven. Her four-week-old baby boy has been taken into protective custody. Child crisis detectives say the baby was born on March 31st, and tested positive for cocaine.
A social worker told detectives she was familiar with Miller and that she "did not have any prenatal care while pregnant." In an April 2nd interview, a DHS investigator said Miller told her she used crack "every day of her pregnancy."
Detectives say five of Miller's other children tested positive for drugs at birth.
DHS removed her first baby, a girl, back in 1997 when the child suffered a broken leg at the age of three months. Detectives say Miller had babies in 1999 (boy), 2000 (girl), 2006 (girl), 2009 (boy), and 2010 (boy). All of those babies were born addicted to cocaine or other drugs.
Miller has been charged with neglect for the last three babies; the statute of limitations has passed for the other births.
Miller has a lengthy history of drug and prostitution arrests, including a prostitution arrest in February 2012, while she was seven months pregnant.
She was incarcerated for possession of a stolen vehicle from 2001 to 2003.