Man Accidentally Put Marijuana Cigarette In Son’s Lunch

South Carolina Drug Crime Lawyers

Police in Clinton, Connecticut say a 33-year-old man sent along a little something extra in his 18-month-old son’s lunch box to school this week: a marijuana cigarette.

NBCConnecticut.com reported that authorities arrested John Sulzbach of Killingworth after the staff at the Clinton Child Care Center reported finding the marijuana in the child’s food container. The child is 18 months old.

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The suspect said he accidentally dropped the cigarette while he was making his son’s lunch.

Police then searched the suspect’s home and found less than one ounce of marijuana in his basement. Police say he faces charges of risk to injury to a minor and drug possession.

The suspect was charged with possession of a controlled substance and risk of injury/impairing the morals of a child.

By: South Carolina Drug Crime Lawyer Pete Strom