Westchester Woman Receives Probation

A Westchester County Judge announced a ruling on Tuesday, in the case against Kathleen Dymes of Croton-on-Hudson in the death of her six-year old daughter in April 2015. On Easter Sunday last year Lacey Carr’s father, David Carr, discovered the unconscious bodies of Lacey and Dymes, who officials determined had suffered overdoses of various prescription drugs, including Benadryl, Oxycodone, Valium, and Morphine, as well as traces of alcohol. The incident left Dymes in a coma for two weeks and officials stated she suffered from severe depression throughout the last year, leading to hospitalization. In January of this year Dymes pleaded guilty to being responsible for her young daughter’s death, after she was charged with negligent homicide and on Tuesday was seen in court again where the judge stated, since the evidence in the case showed that Dymes did not purposely giver Lacey the drugs that led to her death and she only attempted to take her own life after realizing her daughter had died , probation was an appropriate sentence.

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