New arraignment date set for mother charged in Hot Water Challenge case

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CLAY COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) - Update Dec. 2
Angela Guth's arraignment was pushed back again.

The Clay County mother charged in a "Hot Water Challenge" case was set to enter a plea on December 2nd. The arraignment was pushed back until January 6th.

Police said she did nothing to help a boy severely burned after her son poured hot water on him. A grand jury indicted her on child abuse and wanton endangerment charges.

Update Nov. 7
A new arraignment date was set for Angela Guth.

Guth was set to enter a plea earlier this week. However, that is pushed back until December 2.

Update: 10:33 p.m.. Oct. 4.
Angela Guth was indicted on Thursday by a grand jury for first-degree criminal abuse and wanton endangerment charges.

An arraignment date is not set.

Original Story: September 23

The case against a Clay County mom charged in the Hot Water Challenge is now headed to a grand jury.

Angela Guth was in court Monday for a preliminary hearing.

Police say she did nothing to help a boy severely burned after her son poured hot water on him.

Guth is charged with criminal abuse and wanton endangerment.

Eariler this month, the mother of the boy said Guth's attorney said his client wanted to apologize for the incident.



 
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