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Arizona law enforcement is investigating a number of cases, parents reported that the purchase has been tampered with the packages of baby food, which had to be emptied and then filled with the flour, a report said.
Madeline Roque, told Phoenix’s KPNX last month that her 9-month-old daughter, Adeline became ill after consuming the contents of one package of baby formula that she bought at Walmart. She said that when she was raising her daughter on three of the bottles to notice that something was wrong. She told me that her daughter had been crying, vomiting, and passing a lot of gas.
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“I thought she was going through the teething process. They get cranky,” Roque told the station. “On the fourth bottle, if I am, I realize something was definitely wrong. The color was different, the texture is a little different, so I did just that and was out of milk.”
We said to them, let the bottle sit in it and saw it in the mixture to be separated, something that usually doesn’t happen with the formula. She told me that she realized that the mixture smelled like a flower.
“And that’s when I poured it in the bottle in the sink, I saw what had happened, and that’s when it hit me,” Roque said. “I saw that, it clumped up and I’m like, oh my god, my god, my daughter’s stomach is the exact same or even worse than that.”
“You don’t know that they are allergic to it, or her throat was closed from a gluten reaction,” she said. We told them that they reported the incident to Walmart. Walmart told KPNX that it was against store policy to put returned, the packages of formula on the shelves, but the store will investigate the use of the Poor of the action.
Last month, one Arizona couple was arrested after allegedly running a baby formula theft ring in which she earned nearly a half a million dollars in revenue, according to a new report by WCNC’s investigative team. In 2017, another Arizona woman, was arrested for an alleged return of the tainted baby formula to the two Walmart stores in the Tucson area, in a scheme to make money.
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Jennifer LaPlante, 30, pleaded guilty to felony charges of child abuse, and cyber programs, in September of 2017, reportedly after the purchase of infant formula and replaces the formula with the cereal flour, and other materials prior to the containers to get the refund. Authorities say a child was hospitalized, but recovered.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.