A woman in El Cajon, California has been arrested after her seven-week-old baby tested positive for fentanyl.
According Fox 5 NewsBrianna Miller, 34, was arrested on ‘suspicion of child endangerment’ after her baby boy tested positive for fentanyl at a local hospital.
Fentanyl in the baby’s system was discovered after Miller’s father found his daughter overdosed at the Relax Inn Suites Hotel in El Cajon.
Miller’s father was giving the overdose reversal drug Narcan from hotel staff and gave it to his daughter who resuscitated her.
Medical personnel arrived shortly after Miler’s father gave his daughter Narcan, but Miller refused further medical treatment.
Police and firefighters took Miller’s baby into custody and sent the little girl to Rady Children’s Hospital where she eventually tested positive for fentanyl after being tested for drugs.
El Cajon police officers arrested a woman after her seven-week-old baby tested positive for fentanyl, authorities said Friday. https://t.co/GPut1u9MsL
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By Fox 5 News:
Cajon police officers arrested a woman after her seven-week-old baby tested positive for fentanyl, authorities said Friday.
When the 34-year-old woman’s father went to see her and his child at the Relax Inn & Suites on West Main Street, he found his daughter unconscious on the floor from what appeared to be a drug overdose, the court said. El Cajon police in a press release. The baby was on the bed next to her.
A motel employee provided the Narcan man with medication used to treat a narcotic overdose so he could give it to his daughter.
It was discovered that Miller’s hotel for the night had been paid for by Equus which is a partner in the San Diego County Housing Voucher Program.
During the last years San Diego County The emergency housing voucher scheme has been accused of giving housing to ‘criminal drug dealers and fugitives’
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