Mann attacked after leaving the kid subsequent to a big bag of weeds

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Police didn’t say how old the child was, but a report found the bag was open.

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Angela Stelmakowich The police found a child unharmed but unattended on the ground floor of the residence.  /. The police found a child unharmed but unattended on the ground floor of the residence. /. Photo by FotoDuets / iStock / Getty Images Plus

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Responding to a reported domestic dispute and disagreement over custody, police later found an unattended baby next to a bag of cannabis in another apartment.

Officers from the Upper Makefield Township Police Department received a recall on July 11, although details of the arrest were not disclosed until Sunday.

Back in July, a woman reported via an emergency call that she and her ex-boyfriend had argued over custody and that he currently had the child. She reported that she called, but there was no answer.

  1. The video shows a toddler sitting in a vehicle holding a seemingly blunt connection in a cigar paper.  Several adults are heard pressuring the child to smoke.  The boy agrees and coughs violently after receiving a hit.

    Teens arrested after a viral video shows a three-year-old blunt smoking

  2. When he returns to his vehicle, the officer reports that the man is reaching into the rear passenger compartment of the car.  /.

    Man accused of hiding weeds in his two-year-old daughter’s coat pocket

  3. A search of the house and garage revealed that a son emerged from the attic and another was standing on a pile of cannabis leaves.

    Man pleads not guilty after instructing children to hide his weed supply from the police

Using the “Find my iPhone” app, a friend of the complainant passed on his whereabouts to the police, who then went to the identified location.

Accompanied by the landlord, the officers entered the house. There they found a child, unharmed but unattended, on the ground floor of the residence. The police also found “a large bag of marijuana next to where the child was,” the police said. Police didn’t say how old the child was, but a media report found the bag was open.

A search of the house allegedly revealed that Nicholas Mason and his current girlfriend were sleeping upstairs, away from the child. Mason was awakened but was unable to give the police a satisfactory answer because he had left the child unattended.

A search of the house allegedly revealed that Nicholas Mason and his current girlfriend were sleeping upstairs, away from the child.  /. A search of the house allegedly revealed that Nicholas Mason and his current girlfriend were sleeping upstairs, away from the child. /. Photo from the Upper Makefield Township Police Department

The 27-year-old man was arrested around 7.45 p.m. Several charges were subsequently brought against Mason, including endangering the well-being of a child and possession of a controlled substance.

The exposure to cannabis and children has proven uncomfortable in the past. For example, last November, a Wisconsin couple were charged with the count after police found illegal cannabis cultivation with more than 500 plants in their home. Police claim the extension put their three children, all under the age of 18, at risk.

Just over a month later, in New Jersey, two people were charged with child endangerment when a three-year-old boy was hospitalized after eating cannabis foods that his mother’s friend left at his home.

Possession of any amount of cannabis in Pennsylvania is an offense. The maximum penalty for 30 grams or less is 30 days in prison and a fine of $ 500 (634). For amounts greater than 30 grams, the maximum penalty is one year in prison and a fine of $ 5,000 ($ 6,350).

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