Woman charged in Elmore infant’s death has bond revoked after theft arrest
An Elmore County woman, alleged with manslaughter in the death of a 2-month-old infant, has had her bond revoked. And now she is charged with forgery for allegedly faking a COVID-19 results test in an effort to stay out of jail.
Tracey Goldman, 51, was accused in April 2019 of manslaughter and illegally negligent homicide in the death of Remington Smith. Goldman and her daughter were allegedly operating an unlicensed daycare center.
The Goldman allegedly gave Remington a lethal dose of Benadryl, Assistant District Attorney Mandy Johnson said Thursday morning in a bond revocation hearing. The infant died in October of 2018.
The Goldman was charged with misdemeanor theft of property from the Millbrook Wal-Mart while out on bond, which led to the bond revocation request, Johnson told Circuit Judge Sibley Reynolds.