Police in Bridgeport Connecticut have made an arrest after a 5-year-old boy brought around 50 packets of black tar heroin to school for show and tell. The police have arrested his stepfather for the show and tell spectacle.
The young boy went to his kindergarten class on Monday with his stepfather’s jacket and pulled out the 10 small baggies of drugs just before he was going to present for show and tell. The child’s teacher grabbed the bags away from the 5 year old boy, and the principal called local police.
The boy’s stepfather, 35 year old Santos Roman, was placed under arrest after arriving at his stepson’s elementary school. Mr. Roman came to the school to pick up his stepson. He saw his jacked in an empty classroom and he grabbed it and tried to run out of the school, as reported by police spokesman Keith Bryant. He said police, who had already seized the drugs, then took Mr. Roman into custody. Mr. Roman was being held on $100,000 bail on charges of risk of injury to a minor and drug charges. The police are not sure yet if he has a lawyer yet. Police also stated that the drugs at show and tell had a street value of around $500.
The boy was put in state custody until other relatives could be located.
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