Tenn. Father Accused of Killing 11-Year-Old Daughter Fails Drug Test

Veronica Graves
Timea Batts

Timothy Batts, the man accused of killing his 11-year-old daughter, Timea Lashay Batts, has reportedly failed his drug screening after bonding out of jail, according to CBS News.

Timothy Batts
Sumner County, Tenn., Sheriff’s Office

Sumner Country, Tenn., District Attorney Ray Whitley broke the news to several news outlets and also mentioned that he has filed a motion to revoke Batts' bond.

Batts, who was arrested on multiple accounts, including reckless homicide, tampering with evidence and false reporting, was placed on supervised bond, which means that he is drug-tested every week.

Read more at CBS News.

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