MANCHESTER, N. H. – Police in New Hampshire found an array of drugs in an apartment during an investigation into the death of a 20-month-old child.
Police say two people have been charged with drug possession after Wednesday’s discovery.
Authorities in Manchester to say that the toddler died on the 25th of May, and they conducted a search warrant that day as part of the death investigation.
Thirty-one-year-old Joshua Garvey and the 33-year-old Christian Gelinas were charged with possession of drugs with intent to distribute. Police say they found heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine and suboxone that had an estimated street value of more than $5,400. Garvey is also faced with the bail violation charge.
Gelinas and Garvey faced arrest Wednesday. It was not immediately known if they had lawyers.
There were no details about their relationship to the toddler or child’s identity.