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Caroline Bramlet 21-year-old Caroline Bramlet, has been arrested for Aggravated Child abuse, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  She lives in Escambia County, FL.

It seems Bramlet’s electricity was disconnected so she used candles for light – she left several burning in the room where her six-month old baby was sleeping – one fell and started the bed on fire burning the baby.

There are means to keep electricity connected and reach out for help… when the police/fire dept. responded to the fire, they found the drugs…SHOCK

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  1. Yes there are ways to kep the lights connected. When you are receiving assistance, you usually get a letter to give to the utility company stating they cannot disconnect you during certain times of the year. I’m not sure which kind of assistance triggers it, I think Medicaid, because we went off Medicaid this year because my husband got a job with awesome benefits, and we didn’t get a letter this year, but we did the previous two years when I was on it because of being pregnant with my son, and then for him when it was just him on Medicaid. Unless she wasn’t on Medicaid, but that would be silly, hospital bills alone would be crazy without it, not to mention prenatal care. And the timing of the electricity disconnect would be during the time of year covered under the letter, which in my area went from Nov to Mar they couldn’t disconnect your power. We could pay our bill, and were on minimal assistance and still had that safety net, but then, it actually does get cold here during that time of the year (southern NM, we’ve been dipping below freezing at night, and have already had snow twice this year, in one week even).

    1. It’s the same in most states if you’re on welfare, or even receive WIC benefits. They give you information on how to receive reduced cost or free heating and energy assistance.

  2. Yes there are ways to kep the lights connected. When you are receiving assistance, you usually get a letter to give to the utility company stating they cannot disconnect you during certain times of the year. I’m not sure which kind of assistance triggers it, I think Medicaid, because we went off Medicaid this year because my husband got a job with awesome benefits, and we didn’t get a letter this year, but we did the previous two years when I was on it because of being pregnant with my son, and then for him when it was just him on Medicaid. Unless she wasn’t on Medicaid, but that would be silly, hospital bills alone would be crazy without it, not to mention prenatal care. And the timing of the electricity disconnect would be during the time of year covered under the letter, which in my area went from Nov to Mar they couldn’t disconnect your power. We could pay our bill, and were on minimal assistance and still had that safety net, but then, it actually does get cold here during that time of the year (southern NM, we’ve been dipping below freezing at night, and have already had snow twice this year, in one week even).

    1. It’s the same in most states if you’re on welfare, or even receive WIC benefits. They give you information on how to receive reduced cost or free heating and energy assistance.

  3. There is no excuse other than the fact that this woman is a selfish idiot.

  4. There is no excuse other than the fact that this woman is a selfish idiot.

  5. In Wisconsin, you can’t be disconnected between October and April 15th, regardless of income or involvement with social programs.

    1. Same here in Minnesota, they can not disconnect you by law in the cold months, October through April.

  6. In Wisconsin, you can’t be disconnected between October and April 15th, regardless of income or involvement with social programs.

    1. Same here in Minnesota, they can not disconnect you by law in the cold months, October through April.

  7. But this mom is just a loser.

  8. But this mom is just a loser.

  9. In the state of Maine, they can disconnect you even in the winter. You can stall it by making a payment arrangement, though.

  10. In the state of Maine, they can disconnect you even in the winter. You can stall it by making a payment arrangement, though.

  11. She could afford marijuana but not electricity?

    1. well, she prbably could make alternative payment arrangements for the weed that just aren’t available from the electric company, they tend to only want money for their product.

      1. True, sick and sad, but true.

  12. She could afford marijuana but not electricity?

    1. well, she prbably could make alternative payment arrangements for the weed that just aren’t available from the electric company, they tend to only want money for their product.

      1. True, sick and sad, but true.

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