March 1, 2014
A woman accused of cocaine possession that led to the death of her baby has been arrested once again.
Police arrested 24-year-old Garan Lea Drymond on Friday night after police say she failed to show up for a court appearance in February.
Drymond is accused of smoking cocaine and drinking at a Charlottesville hotel last May, which led to the stillborn birth of her son. Even though the cause is listed as homicide, Drymond is not liable for her child's death under Virginia law.
Drymond was initially arrested in December and granted bond in January.
She's due back in court in April.
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