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Grand Forks mom pleads guilty in drunk breast-feeding case
By: Archie Ingersoll, Grand Forks Herald
A Grand Forks mother who police say was “extremely intoxicated” while breast-feeding her 6-week-old pleaded guilty to child neglect Tuesday.
Officers responded to an unrelated call at a Grand Forks residence in the early morning of Feb. 13 and saw 26-year-old Stacey Anvarinia slurring her speech and breastfeeding, prosecutor Meredith Larson told the judge.
Citing a police report, Larson said officers were concerned about the infant’s welfare, so they called Altru Hospital and were told that breast-feeding while intoxicated was not good for the child.
“Ms. Anvarinia was notified of that, and she continued to make attempts to breast-feed,” Larson said.
Anvarinia, who no longer is in custody, is slated to be sentenced on the Class C felony charge Aug. 7.
Judge Sonja Clapp of state District Court said Anvarinia will not have to register as an offender against children.