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Megan Moss, 27, was accused of a serious abuse after the incident occurred on Monday at 67 Beechwood Lane in Palm Coast

A Florida mother who had a hangover when she hit her toddler son's finger in a sliding door was arrested according to local authorities.

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Megan Moss, 27, was charged with severe assault after the incident occurred on Monday at 67 Beechwood Lane in Palm Coast.

According to a Facebook post from Flagler County sheriff's office, delegates arrived at the residence after hearing that a suspect with an active order – who lived a few doors down the road – was visiting the house.

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Megan Moss, 27, was accused of a serious abuse after the incident occurred on Monday at 67 Beechwood Lane in Palm Coast

Megan Moss, 27, was accused of a serious abuse after the incident occurred on Monday at 67 Beechwood Lane in Palm Coast

A man who lived in the house allowed delegates to search the property and they could verify that the suspect was not there.

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But while they were searching, assistant sheriffs woke up Moss, who burst into a thong and a t-shirt and started yelling at the delegates.

The homeowner tried to calm Moss, but it is claimed that she had become warlike with him just because she had shown that assistant sheriffs threatened her with arrest for touching the man.

While searching in the original house, delegates heard a child screaming.

Bodycam images show the delegates approaching the mother's residence. Moss can be seen while holding the little boy while he cries

Bodycam images show the delegates approaching the mother's residence. Moss can be seen while holding the little boy while he cries

Bodycam images show the delegates approaching the mother's residence. Moss can be seen while holding the little boy while he cries

Moss finally sits on her back terrace and deputies can determine that the toddler's fingertip is practically broken

Moss finally sits on her back terrace and deputies can determine that the toddler's fingertip is practically broken

Moss finally sits on her back terrace and deputies can determine that the toddler's fingertip is practically broken

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& # 39; Has she just slammed that door with that child? & # 39; asks an assistant sheriff. & # 39; Is that child crying? & # 39;

Bodycam images show the delegates approaching the mother's home. Moss can be seen while holding the little boy while he moans.

Moss claims that the child is okay, but the substitute refutes that claim and informs his partner that the child's finger is bleeding profusely & # 39 ;.

The assistant sheriff returns to the house and asks Moss to put pressure on the boy's finger with a paper towel. He then asks the mother to come out, adding that the toddler's finger is probably broken because he was thrown into the door rails & # 39 ;.

The assistant sheriff and the woman are discussing semantics, with Moss irritated that the officer suggested that she deliberately & # 39; had hurt

The assistant sheriff and the woman are discussing semantics, with Moss irritated that the officer suggested that she deliberately & # 39; had hurt

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The assistant sheriff and the woman are discussing semantics, with Moss irritated that the officer suggested that she deliberately & # 39; had hurt

Moss rejects the idea, but the assistant sheriff doubles and tells the mother that she slammed the door.

A little girl comes out and asks if the boy is okay and the assistant sheriff says he & # 39; only bleeds a little & # 39 ;.

& # 39; There are many knives here & # 39 ;, the substitute says. & # 39; Mom, please come out for my safety. & # 39;

But Moss replies: & # 39; Do you do this with every neighbor. This is b ****** t. This is b ****** t. I'm so upset now. & # 39;

Both Moss and her child were taken to a local hospital. It is unknown whether doctors can reconfirm the bit
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Both Moss and her child were taken to a local hospital. It is unknown whether doctors can reconfirm the bit

Both Moss and her child were taken to a local hospital. It is unknown whether doctors can reconfirm the bit

& # 39; I know you threw your child's finger in the door, & # 39; the officer replies.

Moss states that this was not the case.

& # 39; I have not. I didn't know my child was behind it, with the tip of his finger in it, & Moss added.

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Moss finally sits on her back terrace and deputies can determine that the toddler's fingertip is practically broken.

The deputy sheriff and the woman argue about semantics, with Moss irritated that the officer suggested that she & # 39; deliberately & # 39; her son had hurt.

The authorities arrested Moss on Tuesday and charged her with driving a suspended driver's license

The authorities arrested Moss on Tuesday and charged her with driving a suspended driver's license

The authorities arrested Moss on Tuesday and charged her with driving a suspended driver's license

& # 39; But look at how you react, see what it did & # 39 ;, says the substitute.

Moss replies: & # 39; I am not going any further with my ex-boyfriend and the pawnshop and I will let you come in. I just got over it. & # 39;

The couple claims that Moss says she will take the toddler to the hospital because the assistant sheriff has already called emergency services to meet the younger.

While the deputy informs other officers about what happened, he is told that he is Moss & # 39; crazy & # 39; calls.

The toddler was sent to intensive care last September after he had swallowed Subutex that he had found in his mother's wallet

The toddler was sent to intensive care last September after he had swallowed Subutex that he had found in his mother's wallet

The toddler was sent to intensive care last September after he had swallowed Subutex that he had found in his mother's wallet

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Both Moss and her child were taken to a local hospital. It is unknown whether doctors can reconfirm the bit.

The authorities arrested Moss on Tuesday and charged her with driving a suspended driver's license.

She was booked at the Perry Hall sheriff detention facility and had a $ 8,500 bond.

& # 39; I am grateful that our delegates were so close to dealing with this disruption and were able to give help to this child quickly & # 39 ;, said Sheriff Rick Staly.

& # 39; We hope Ms. Moss will get the anger control she needs and will learn that getting drunk and being angry do not go together and in this case caused a serious injury to her child, which makes them responsible for their well-being. We hope and pray that the child is fully recovered. & # 39;

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The toddler was sent to intensive care last September after he had swallowed Subutex that he had found in his mother's wallet.

Subutex is a & # 39; strictly regulated narcotic that is used to treat people who are addicted to opioids, & Flagler Live reports.

DCF had looked at the mother and Moss struggled to tell the authorities what happened to her son then.

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