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A Florida great-grandmother busted after allegedly buying heroin and a 2-year-old in the car

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Florida police have arrested a grandmother on Tuesday, after she was caught buying heroin with a 2-year-old child in her car.

A Volusia County sheriff’s deputy noticed the 43-year-old Amy Moreland is the purchase of the drug from a dealer, as the toddler sat in front of the driver’s seat, according to an incident report.

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Moreland was arrested, and she admitted to authorities that she bought a $20 bag of heroin.

The police have also identified a white substance in the vicinity of the driver’s floorboard that tested positive for heroin, along with a cut straw with residue and a small plastic bag of heroin.

Tom cruise was arrested for possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia, as a child of neglect. The police have been in contact with the child’s mother to pick them up.

“Grandma is here, buy dope with you. It’s not right,” the deputy said, that it was a 2-year-old, as you can see in the video and posted it on Twitter. He also warned Moreland, of the dangers of having a child in the neighborhood or in the presence of fentanyl.

“It’s definitely, probably, about four or five times as deadly for a child of 2 years old. So the bag is just open and the wind is blowing through the air, and he breathes it. (A) high, (B) it’s going to have to put him to death,” the deputy said.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, said the situation may be “difficult for most of us, but it’s the addiction to make the unthinkable happen.”

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Florida had the 17th highest rate of drug overdose deaths in the nation in 2017, an increase of 17 percent from the previous year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an average of 25.1 deaths per 100,000 people.

That number is expected to rise to 59 deaths per 100,000 people a year by 2025.

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