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