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Matthew Miller, 40, is charged with three counts of assault and four counts of aggravated battery. Police started investigating Miller, from Madison County, after being summoned by Anderson Hospital in Troy, Illinois on June 23

Illinois man, 40, is accused of drugging a two-year-old child with cocaine and sexually abusing her – just as the woman is accused of allowing the attack.

  • Matthew Miller, 40, is charged with three counts of sexual assault on a toddler
  • Lacey Take, 31, is responsible for allowing the sexual abuse of a two-year-old child
  • Document loading claims that Miller has drugged the toddler with cocaine and caused physical injury by biting her hand, leg and foot, while Take allowed the abuse
  • Miller's bond was set at $ 1 million, while Take & # 39; s bond was set at $ 500,000
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A man in Illinois is accused of drugging and sexually abusing a two-year-old girl, while a woman allegedly allowed the abuse.

Matthew Miller, 40, is charged with three assault counts and four aggravated battery counts, while Lacey Take, 31, is charged with allowing a child's sexual abuse and two child-threatening counts.

Police started investigating Miller, from Madison County, after being summoned by Anderson Hospital in Troy, Illinois on June 23.

Matthew Miller, 40, is charged with three counts of assault and four counts of aggravated battery. Police started investigating Miller, from Madison County, after being summoned by Anderson Hospital in Troy, Illinois on June 23

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Matthew Miller, 40, is charged with three counts of assault and four counts of aggravated battery. Police started investigating Miller, from Madison County, after being summoned by Anderson Hospital in Troy, Illinois on June 23

During their investigation, the police discovered evidence that the girl was being abused.

Authorities claim that Miller once sexually abused the girl on June 10 and again two weeks later.

In the alleged attack of June 23, documents reported that he had also drugged the girl with cocaine and caused physical injury by biting her hand, leg, and foot.

Documents that were charging said that Take was being charged with child threats because she was not receiving medical treatment for the girl after the first attack.

Lacey Take, 31, is responsible for allowing the sexual abuse of a child and two cases of child threat. Documents that were charging said that Take was accused of child threats because she did not receive any medical treatment for the girl after the first attack

Lacey Take, 31, is responsible for allowing the sexual abuse of a child and two cases of child threat. Documents that were charging said that Take was accused of child threats because she did not receive any medical treatment for the girl after the first attack

Lacey Take, 31, is responsible for allowing the sexual abuse of a child and two cases of child threat. Documents that were charging said that Take was accused of child threats because she did not receive any medical treatment for the girl after the first attack

The child was transferred to Cardinal Glennon Children & # 39; s Hospital for further treatment and evaluation. No other information about the victim was provided
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The child was transferred to Cardinal Glennon Children & # 39; s Hospital for further treatment and evaluation. No other information about the victim was provided

The child was transferred to Cardinal Glennon Children & # 39; s Hospital for further treatment and evaluation. No other information about the victim was provided

She was then charged with a second count of child threats and a count of allowing a child's sexual abuse because she left the toddler with Miller again, although she knew he had sexually assaulted her before.

The child was transferred to Cardinal Glennon Children & # 39; s Hospital for further treatment and evaluation. No other information about the victim was provided.

Miller's bond was set at $ 1 million, while Take & # 39; s bond was set at $ 500,000.

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