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Crime Parents arrested after 3-year-old in Napa suffers meth poisoning

23:09  18 may  2020
23:09  18 may  2020 Source:   sfchronicle.com

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The parents of a 3-year-old in Napa were arrested last week on suspicion of child endangerment after the toddler suffered meth poisoning and had to be flown to an Oakland hospital, authorities said.

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Officers responded to the Queen of the Valley Medical Center on Wednesday morning where the child was in “dire condition” after drinking a substance containing methamphetamine, according to Napa police.

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The child was flown in critical condition to Children’s Hospital in Oakland and spent a few days in the intensive care unit, said Lt. Gary Pitkin. The toddler’s condition had been stabilized by Friday morning, when authorities last received an update from the hospital.

The child’s father, 32-year-old Logan Hildebrandt, of Oakley, gave detectives the address of an unrelated home to “intentionally mislead them,” police said.

Authorities searched the child’s actual home on the 80 block of Belvedere Court, where they found drug paraphernalia and syringes within the toddler’s reach, including a syringe hidden in the 3-year-old’s shoe, police said.

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Hildebrandt and 28-year-old Amanda Johnson, of Napa, were booked into county jail on suspicion of child endangerment with great bodily injury. The parents were expected to be cited and released on zero bail because of the state court’s emergency schedule, but detectives secured a bail enhancement, Pitkin said.

It was unclear Monday morning whether either of the parents had an attorney.

Alejandro Serrano is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: alejandro.serrano@sfchronicle.com Twitter: @serrano_alej

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