Parents charged after tug-of-war with baby

Sandusky police arrested two people after they allegedly played a tug-of-war with their baby daughter.
Sandusky Register Staff
Nov 4, 2013

Officers charged both Delon L. Hinton, 25, 900 block Hendry St.; and Aariona D. Adcock, 20, 2000 block Camp St., with child endangering.

The two began to argue via text messages, according to a related police report. The dispute heated up when Adcock knocked Hinton’s marijuana to the ground in a bedroom within the 2000 block of Camp St.

The two then began fighting. Adcock claimed Hinton grabbed her around the neck and choked her. Hinton said Adcock bit his finger, leg and and also smacked him on the head with a spaghetti strainer.

Hinton then tried to take their baby girl out of Adcock’s home.

While at the front door, the two parents yanked the baby back and forth as each tried securing her.

After booking both into jail without bond, Adcock said the baby could stay with her mother, who lives in the Camp Street home. An officer said he did not go back and search for the marijuana because “the room was in disarray with trash, clothing and other items scattered on the floor.”

Officers also charged Hinton with a protection order violation and Adcock with domestic violence.

Comments

CastaliaMother

Most of you need to give it a rest on this food stamp stuff. I'm on food stamps, have three beautiful boys (that have there own fathers that spoil them). I put my children first, started and finish college with two degrees. And now I'm looking for work to get off the system. Are you going to start bashing me because I'm on food stamps. I think there should be drug testing in the state of Ohio. So that the people that deserve it. And I'm mean all gov't help food stamps, medicaid, welfare checks, wic, metro housing and so on. Could you image the cut if Ohio had drug testing or if all of United States did.

Mommabear713

No, you won't be bashed. You are doing something to change your situation. I was once where you are, I only had one child, but it still helped to better my life. I only needed the insurance and the daycare help because my ex got kicked out of the Military so not only did I lose mine and my child's insurance, but I also got screwed and lost over $400 a month in child support that bought my kids clothes, food and paid for daycare.

There is a difference between people who use it to better their lives and their children's lives and the people who use it and abuse it. I was only on it for a little over a year and a half, BUT during that time, I was working and paying my taxes. I am now a stay at home mom because it wasn't worth it to keep working and now I am able to raise my children and make sure they grow up to be productive members of society.

I know not everyone can be this lucky, and not everyone wants to be a stay at home mom. It isn't for everyone, but I love it!

You keep doing what you're doing, because you are doing it right. It is meant to be assistance, not a way of life. And you are a prime example that it is your assistance. Good luck in your job search, it's tough out there, but you obviously have the determination.

CastaliaMother

So that the people that deserve it, get it.

Julia Baughn

Why would someone play tug-a-war with their baby!

Julia Baughn

Why would someone play tug-a-war with their baby!

Julia Baughn

Why would someone play tug-a-war with their baby!

Jahrico

oh my

queenjhb

castaliamother, and mommabear, the entitlements were meant for just what you two stated, no one should have any problem with that. It's the abusers, users, druggies, career baby machines, that I feel need to be dropped. Drug testing is a great idea before and during receiving assistance.

Mommabear713

Completely agree!

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