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Police Uncover Shocking Fentanyl Allegations in Newborn Case

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Three individuals in Texas were arrested after fentanyl was found in a 19-day-old baby’s diaper bag, and it was discovered that the drug’s smoke had been intentionally blown into the baby’s face to stop her from crying.

The trio had allegedly been smoking fentanyl in a hotel room where multiple children were present.

The parents of the newborn were charged with child abandonment and endangerment, and the infant, along with the other children, was taken into custody by Child Protective Services.

“It was also discovered that Fentanyl smoke had been intentionally blown into the 19-day-old baby’s face to pacify her cries over the past several days,” law enforcement stated.

“All occupants were brought to the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office,” the police stated, and Child Protective Services took “all children involved.”

Federal officials also arrested two Mexican drivers attempting to transport nearly 483 pounds of fentanyl into the U.S. from Mexico.

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