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Chilling 911 call of mom “was poisoned by baby photographer”

A mother in Washington made desperate pleas to the authorities when she explained to them that she was drugged with a contaminated cupcake by a woman posing as a baby photographer.

Elysia Miller was terrified when she explained to Pierce County’s emergency caller how her body feels after eating the candy in the 911 call made earlier this month.

“I tell you something is wrong with me. I’m not feeling well, “Miller said in the 911 call earlier this month, according to ABC news.

Elysia Miller sounded terrified as she explained to Pierce County's emergency caller how her body feels after eating the candy in the 911 conversation earlier this month

Elysia Miller sounded terrified as she explained to Pierce County’s emergency caller how her body feels after eating the candy in the 911 conversation earlier this month

Miller called the police after kicking Juliette Parker (photo) and her 16-year-old daughter from her home in Tacoma

Miller called the police after kicking Juliette Parker (photo) and her 16-year-old daughter from her home in Tacoma

Miller called the police after kicking Juliette Parker (photo) and her 16-year-old daughter from her home in Tacoma

“I’m super spacious as if it’s hard to talk. And like my hands and feet, and my arms are super numb. I feel that my breathing has also been boosted. “

Miller called the police after kicking Juliette Parker and her 16-year-old daughter out of her Tacoma home.

“I was fine and then I ate a cupcake,” he added to the Sheriff’s Department of Pierce County. ‘I ate one, it went fine. I ate another and my face immediately went numb. ”

Miller told The news stand that she has not lost sight of her two daughters since Parker, a former mayor of Colorado and her 16-year-old daughter, allegedly posed as photographers in an attempt to steal her baby.

“I wear a machete, a knife and pepper spray in the house and in my car,” Miller said Tuesday.

The emotional mother spoke to reporters and broke when she described the incident.

“Just because she’s behind bars doesn’t mean I have peace of mind,” Miller said.

Video thanks to QFOX 13

Miller (right) says she should sleep with a knife under her pillow after a baby photographer would have drugged her and tried to kidnap her newborn daughter

Miller (right) says she should sleep with a knife under her pillow after a baby photographer would have drugged her and tried to kidnap her newborn daughter

Miller (right) says she should sleep with a knife under her pillow after a baby photographer would have drugged her and tried to kidnap her newborn daughter

The emotional mother spoke to reporters and broke when she described the incident. “Just because she’s behind bars doesn’t mean I have peace of mind,” Miller said (photo)

Parker (pictured in court on Tuesday) pleaded not to be guilty of drugging Miller on Tuesday after authorities said she was posing as a photographer in a complex plot to kidnap the woman's newborn baby

Parker (pictured in court on Tuesday) pleaded not to be guilty of drugging Miller on Tuesday after authorities said she was posing as a photographer in a complex plot to kidnap the woman's newborn baby

Parker (pictured in court on Tuesday) pleaded not to be guilty of drugging Miller on Tuesday after authorities said she was posing as a photographer in a complex plot to kidnap the woman’s newborn baby

The 38-year-old made a plea for attempted kidnapping and assault in the Superior Court of Pierce County

The 38-year-old made a plea for attempted kidnapping and assault in the Superior Court of Pierce County

New bail of $ 150,000 was established Tuesday after prosecutors described her as a flight risk and she was re-booked in prison

New bail of $ 150,000 was established Tuesday after prosecutors described her as a flight risk and she was re-booked in prison

The 38-year-old made a plea for attempted kidnapping and assault in the Superior Court of Pierce County. Parker has posted $ 50,000 bail this weekend and has been released. New bail of $ 150,000 was established after prosecutors described her as a flight risk

Parker pleaded guilty not to drug Miller on Tuesday after the authorities said she was posing as a photographer in a complex plot to kidnap the woman’s newborn baby.

The 38-year-old made a plea for attempted kidnapping and assault in the Superior Court of Pierce County.

Parker has posted $ 50,000 bail this weekend and has been released.

New bail of $ 150,000 was established Tuesday after prosecutors described her as a flight risk and she was re-booked in prison.

Parker moved to Washington last year after losing a mayor election in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

On Friday, deputies arrested Parker, who lives south of Tacoma, and her 16-year-old daughter. The teenager was expected to end up in a juvenile detention center for the same indictment.

A release from the Sheriff’s Department of Pierce County stated that Parker and her daughter were arrested after an extensive investigation.

Parker connected with mothers through a Facebook group and offered to take free photo shoots of newborns to build up her portfolio, according to legal documents.

Miller said she also met Parker through a message in the Facebook group.

Researchers said that at least a dozen women contacted them with stories about interaction with Parker, who also named “Juliette Noel” or “Juliette Gaines.”

Parker - who ran for the Colorado Springs mayor in 2019 - was charged with multiple crimes after she and the unidentified minor were detained Friday

Parker - who ran for the Colorado Springs mayor in 2019 - was charged with multiple crimes after she and the unidentified minor were detained Friday

Juliette Parker

Juliette Parker

Parker (left in 2019 and right, in her mugshot) – who ran for Colorado Springs Mayor in 2019 – was charged with multiple crimes after she and the unidentified minor were detained Friday

Parker connected with mothers through a Facebook group and offered to take free photo shoots of newborns to build up her portfolio, according to legal documents. Parker will be taken away by officers on Tuesday

Parker connected with mothers through a Facebook group and offered to take free photo shoots of newborns to build up her portfolio, according to legal documents. Parker will be taken away by officers on Tuesday

Parker connected with mothers through a Facebook group and offered to take free photo shoots of newborns to build up her portfolio, according to legal documents. Parker will be taken away by officers on Tuesday

Parker would have gone to Miller’s house three times to take pictures of her newborn.

The third visit took place on February 5 when Parker and her daughter arrived at Miller’s Spanaway.

Reportedly Parker’s teenage daughter gave the victim a cupcake and as soon as she ate the treat, the woman immediately felt sleepy.

Miller then asked Parker and her daughter to leave, according to documents.

They left but wiped the used glasses and stole the victim’s house keys, according to legal documents.

When Miller texted Parker to ask if she had the keys, Parker said that she had found the keys in her yard and offered to have them delivered and show documents.

Miller said she had called 911 and asked for medical help because she felt and vomited numbness, sleepiness, instability at her feet.

She told firefighters that she believed she was drugged, the authorities said.

Researchers said at least a dozen women had contacted them with stories about interaction with Parker, who also used the name “Juliette Noel” or “Juliette Gaines”

A victim told delegates that the woman had been to her house three times, had druged her on the third visit, and had taken the victim's house keys

A victim told delegates that the woman had been to her house three times, had druged her on the third visit, and had taken the victim's house keys

Delegates paid for the woman to have her locks replaced and to install window guards

Delegates paid for the woman to have her locks replaced and to install window guards

Miller told delegates that the woman had been to her house three times, had druged her on the third visit, and had taken her house keys with her. Delegates paid for Miller to have her locks replaced and window guards installed

Miller also told the delegates that she saw Parker make mobile selfies with the baby and wipe her fingerprints from items she had touched at the woman’s house.

Miller encouraged other parents to look for photographers to have someone with them and to check references, business licenses and reviews.

“Be very careful and trust your instincts,” Miller said.

Department delegates also donated money to help buy new locks and window guards for the victim and volunteered to install them in her home.

Detectives said they found text messages between Parker and an ex-boyfriend dating from November when Parker “talked about how to get a child from a homeless person and raise the child together in a nice house,” the records said.

The ex-boyfriend joked about kidnapping a baby and Parker said she would marry him immediately if he could find her a baby girl in the next five weeks, documents said.

Parker ran in particular for Colorado Springs Mayor in 2019, and came in second behind the sitting John Suthers

Parker ran in particular for Colorado Springs Mayor in 2019, and came in second behind the sitting John Suthers

Parker ran in particular for Colorado Springs Mayor in 2019, and came in second behind the sitting John Suthers

Parker received 11.9 percent of the votes (roughly 11,453 votes)

Parker received 11.9 percent of the votes (roughly 11,453 votes)

Parker received 11.9 percent of the votes (roughly 11,453 votes)

Parker ran in particular for Colorado Springs Mayor in 2019, and came in second behind the sitting John Suthers. She received 11.9 percent of the votes (roughly 11,453 votes).

In 2014, Parker was sued in the US court for theft and violation at the Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington State.

Parker then told the authorities that she was walking and was unaware that she had been on military terrain. While she was on the property, the woman found old ammunition and took it home.

One of the bullets shot at her house spontaneously, causing the police to respond.

Parker pleaded guilty to felony illegal burning and paid a $ 200 fine, according to the newspaper.

Local reports from when she walked show that she has two children.

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