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CT Kindergartner Brings Heroin in for Show-and-Tell
Show-and-tell lead to an arrest in Connecticut after a kindergartner brought 10 plastic bags containing 50 packets of heroin into school.
FOX News Radio’s Ron Flatter reports:
A kindergartner brought his stepfather’s jacket to his school in Bridgeport, Connecticut this week.
In the pockets were ten plastic bags that the five-year-old boy showed classmates. Police say each bag contained heroin.
Officers say 35-year-old Santos Roman showed up later to find the jacket, and when he did police say they had already removed the drugs. Then they removed Santos and took him into custody.
The state was trying to locate other family members to look after the young boy.
Ron Flatter, FOX News Radio.