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Crime2 charged with child abuse after drug overdose at Thomasville restaurant

18:16  18 june  2019
18:16  18 june  2019 Source:   wxii12.com

New information in South St. Paul overdose

New information in South St. Paul overdose After emergency crews found six men unconscious in South St. Paul on June 1, police said the men apparently overdosed on an "unknown substance." 

Any drug overdose can be either accidental or intentional. Accidental overdoses tend to happen when people take more of a prescription medication than originally intended to achieve certain results, or when they use too much of an illegal drug trying to get a better high.

A couple faces child endangering charges in connection with a suspected drug overdose during which two young children were in the vehicle. After first telling police that she and Dedon had taken their two children to the park and had gotten sick because of the heat, she reportedly admitted that

2 charged with child abuse after drug overdose at Thomasville restaurant © Brian Windham

Thomasville police have charged two people with child abuse after an incident Friday evening.

Police say two people overdosed in a truck. The truck was in the drive-thru at the Cookout restaurant on Randolph Street in Thomasville.

A police report says one gram of heroin was seized.

According to police, children were present in the truck and have since been placed with a relative.

Jerri Ann Cartrette, 29, and Bradley Everette Lovette, 32, both of Cameo Drive in Thomasville, were charged with two counts of child abuse.

Additional warrants are outstanding, police say.

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