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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

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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.

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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