Guyana: Child care agency to probe meth-laced milk death

The Child Care and Protection Agency (CPA) is investigating the death of two-year-old Ronaldo Favourite, who succumbed last week almost one month after he allegedly consumed milk laced with a methamphetamine.

Head of the CPA Ann Greene yesterday told Stabroek News that the agency was informed of the incident after Favourite’s death and an investigation was immediately launched.

“We still trying to put all the dots together,” Greene said.


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