DHS was told Fiddler earlier had slapped the 8-year-old, leaving a bruise on the child's face.
The DHS employee who investigated the complaint reported â€œhigh red flagsâ€ regarding drug use by Fiddler and other adults in the home â€œdue to their behavior and Ms. Fiddler's positive drug screening.â€
â€œHowever, the children did not report any knowledge of drugs,â€ the report states.
â€œThe children appeared clean, appropriately dressed and developmentally on target.â€
DHS received another complaint in April after Fiddler was arrested on drug possession, the report shows.
â€œAllegedly, Lyndsey Fiddler tried to smuggle drugs into the jailâ€ and had â€œoutstanding warrants when arrested,â€ the report states.
DHS â€œscreened outâ€ the report as not being child abuse or neglect.
The month before Maggie was born, DHS received a complaint that Fiddler was â€œtaking prescription drugs to the point of not being able to walk down stairs.â€
That complaint also was screened out as not being child abuse or neglect.
DHS received another complaint on Oct. 25 â€” the day Maggie was born. The complaint alleged that Lyndsey Fiddler had given birth and had used drugs throughout her pregnancy.
DHS investigated and reported â€œall children were safe and that Lyndsey Fiddler was willing to work on parenting services.â€
DHS reported interviewing nine witnesses and said its assessment still was open at the time of Maggie's death.
â€œWe are deeply saddened by the tragic death of this child,â€ DHS spokeswoman Sheree Powell wrote in a statement
â€œOKDHS will be providing a summary of our involvement regarding the child's death. We will also conduct a thorough review of OKDHS involvement using the critical incident review process.â€
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