Mother indicted for child’s death

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Catrina Perryman

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The mother of a four-month-old girl who died of drug toxicity last November has been indicted.

Catrina Perryman, 34, has been charged with reckless homicide in the death of her 4-month-old daughter, Isabella Chavez.

In November 2013, Perryman called paramedics saying her daughter had been having difficulty breathing and was turning blue.

Perryman said she had given the girl Ibuprofen, “but an autopsy showed she also had a level of Benadryl in her system that was several times the amount considered to be therapeutic for an adult.”


  • blahblah

    Ive given my babies cereal in there bottles thinking that would make them sleep a little longer between feedings but meds ???? Thats crazy…
    Simple minded junkie..pic tells her story!!!

  • Kim Davis

    What needs to happen is she needs the same thing done to her and just sit there and suffer of a slow and painfull death

  • kay

    i think she may be addicted to drugs, possibly meth, and she has more children, i hope someone takes them or they will be dead too.

  • Cheryl Bensinger

    It is sad. I grew up as close friends with her but parted ways about 11 years ago when I moved out of state. It is crazy!!!!

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