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  1. torachi
    A Talent-area (Ore.) woman faces a litany of charges after investigators learned she abused her teen children and fed them marijuana, the Jackson County Sheriff's Office reports.

    45-year-old Valery Lee Podsobinski was arraigned last Thursday in a Jackson County courtroom on the following charges: applying a controlled substance to a minor; felony possession of marijuana; felony possession of psilocybin mushroom; two counts of felony assault in the fourth degree; two counts of misdemeanor assault in the fourth degree; and two counts of recklessly endangering another person.

    Investigators believe Podsobinski was assaulting her children with belts, paddles, wooden spoons and spatulas. Deputies also think the mother was feeding her children marijuana in edible forms. Podsobinski had over an ounce of marijuana and psilocybin mushrooms when she was arrested.

    Updated: 3/28 3:26 pm


    A 45-year-old Talent woman faces a series of drug-related charges, including supplying a controlled substance to a minor, following a joint investigation into allegations of ongoing physical and mental abuse toward her two teenage children.

    Valery Lee Podsobinski, 45, of the 400 block of Arnos Street, indicted last week in Jackson County Circuit Court on charges including possession of hallucinogens, possession of marijuana, delivery of marijuana, three counts of felony fourth-degree assault, fourth-degree assault and two counts of reckless endangering.

    Podsobinski was booked into jail and released on her own recognizance.
    According to Jackson County Deputy District Attorney Mandi Gould, the investigation began in January with allegations of weekly physical abuse and assaults on the teens using belts, paddles, wooden spoons and spatulas.

    Additionally, Podsobinski reportedly fed the youths marijuana in food, and was also found in possession of over an ounce of marijuana and psilocybin mushrooms.



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