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Panama City Florida police say 2 children abused with stun gun | #childabuse | #children | #kids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids


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PANAMA CITY — Three people are facing child abuse-related charges after a caregiver reportedly used a stun gun on two children under the age of 14.

Lakisha Hughes, 41, was charged with two counts of child abuse for allegedly using the stun gun on the children, according to the Panama City Police Department.

In addition, Hughes’ son, Mister Nasir Wynn, 20 and his girlfriend Jasmine Desiree Jones, 22, were charged with failure to report child abuse after having knowledge of the abuse. 

The PCPD began investigating after a 13-year-old disclosed at school that they and their 6-year-old sibling had been abused at their home in the 600 block of East 9th Street. Case workers with the Children’s Advocacy Center interviewed the juveniles and both said they had been hit with a stun gun by a relative the day before, PCPD reported. 

During a search of the home, two Tasers matching the descriptions provided by both juveniles were found and seized.

PCPD officials urge anyone with information in the case to call 850-872-3100 or report tips anonymously via smartphone by downloading the “Panama City PD” Tip411 app from the iOS or Google Play stores.

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