Detroit-area woman whose toddler shot, wounded 2 other children at family daycare not guilty

A judge has found a Detroit-area woman not guilty of child abuse and gun charges after her toddler found a handgun and accidentally shot two other children in the family’s unlicensed home day care.

Samantha Eubanks, 32, was acquitted Friday in Wayne County Circuit Court, WDIV-TV reported Wednesday.

SHOCKING VIDEO OF UNSUPERVISED TODDLER IN DIAPERS WIELDING A GUN OUTSIDE HIS FAMILY’S APARTMENT

A Detroit-area woman was cleared of criminal charges following an incident where her toddler acquired a handgun and accidentally shot two other children.

Authorities have said two guns were left Sept. 27, 2017 in an upstairs bedroom of the Dearborn home where Eubanks and her husband, Timothy, operated the day care. Her son found one of the guns and fired it, wounding two other 3-year-olds.

TEXAS TODDLER GETS GUN IN CAR, SHOOTS MOTHER AND SIBLING SOUTHWEST OF FORT WORTH

One child was shot in the face. The other was struck in the shoulder.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Timothy Eubanks pleaded guilty in 2018 to child abuse. He was sentenced to two years probation and ordered to raise awareness about gun safety.