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La boy, 5, brings cocaine to school, police say, and the 2 adults were arrested

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A man and a woman in Louisiana was arrested after a kindergartner brought in three bags of cocaine from a New Orleans-area school on Tuesday, investigators said.

A teacher called a school resource officer after a 5-year-old student was found with a bag of white powder, later discovered to be cocaine. The officer found two additional bags of the drug, Slidell, La., the police department said in a Facebook post.

“During the investigation, it appeared that the child had no knowledge about the drugs,” said a police officer.

PHILADELPHIA-A 5-YEAR-OLD, 22 BAGS OF CRACK COCAINE TO SCHOOL, POLICE SAY

Investigators said a 5-year-old student, brought in three bags of cocaine to school for the week.
(Slidell Police Department )

Investigators searched the child’s home and arrested Angelica Stanley, 23, the Victim’s Cousin, 51, after a more of cocaine, allegedly, and turned to the inside.

“It’s a terrible thing, but the silver lining in all of this is that the teacher is doing a great job and is alert to the SRO [school resource officer], which is the type of action,” Slidell police Det. Daniel Seuzeneau told FOX 8 in New Orleans. “God only knows what would have happened if this kid would have been on the cocaine, like any other student, it would have been the cocaine, I mean, it would be devastating.”

“God only knows what would have happened if this child would have been the cocaine … It would be devastating.”

— The. Daniel Seuzeneau, Slidell, La., the police

Investigators said Stanley, and Nephew, the drug is in the child’s clothes, but not the details.

Angelica Stanley, 23, the Victim’s Cousin, 51, was arrested Tuesday during an investigation of a kindergartener who is a cocaine to the school on Tuesday, police said.
(Slidell Police Department )

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The police did not disclose the name of the school and the relationship between the child and the accused. She said, “the proper steps have been taken to ensure the future well-being of the child,” but gave no further details.

Stanley, and Nephew, were charged with possession of a schedule II narcotic with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia and cruelty to a juvenile, according to St. Tammy Parish prison with them.

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