Drunk mother with a knife “heroically” defended its rights to receive money for hungry and sick children

Пьяная мать с ножом "героически" защищала свои права получать деньги за голодных и больных детей

In Zhytomyr region police have launched an investigation into the attack mother of three abandoned children to the police.

About it reports GU of the national police in the Zhytomyr region.

“On February 18, during a routine RAID of social services to address families in crisis in Ovruchska area was discovered three abandoned children and their drunk mother. The woman openly prevented the placement of children to the hospital, and then another, and was attacked with a knife on the police arrived on call social workers about a conflict situation”, – stated in the message.

According to the police, social services the family is with 2012. 46-year-old mother was brought to administrative responsibility for failure to perform parental duties on education of three minor children – 13-year-old daughter and two sons respectively 11 and 7 years.

“In 2015, the court considered the question of deprivation of her parental rights. However, the judge took pity on the family and allow women to bring order in your life and take care of children. Therefore, with the assistance of workers of the social services she overcame the addiction to alcohol. But recently again took up the old” – said the head of the division of juvenile prevention GUNP Zhytomyr region Natalia Goncharuk.

During a visit to the family of bodies of guardianship and guardianship have prevented the removal of children and their transmission to physicians. In addition, she attacked with a knife caused by social workers, juvenile inspectors of prevention.

Information concerning this event was included in the Unified register of pre-trial investigations under part 1 of article 345 (threat or violence concerning the employee of law enforcement Agency amended) criminal code of Ukraine. Woman threatened with corrective works, semi-annual arrest, restriction or deprivation of liberty for a term up to 3 years.

Now three young children are in a medical facility. The question of the place of their further stay.