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Woman Arrested And Charged for Injury to a Child

One texoma mother is behind bars in the wichita county jail after a incident with drugs and 


dangerous situations.

Wichita falls police say the incident happened in the 2500 block of Inglewood during a family disturbance.

According to police  a toddler was injured after being punched in the face.

Officers arrested 22 year old Amber Smith for injury to a child and she was also charged with possession of meth.

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