NH father jailed after son, 3, pulls two-ounce bag of cocaine from sleeping dad's pocket inside police station
NEWBURYPORT — A New Hampshire father who fell asleep inside the Salisbury police station only to have his 3-year-old son pull out nearly 60 grams of cocaine from his pocket pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment of a child and a drug charge yesterday. He will be spending the next three years in jail.
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