6-Year-Old Brings Meth to School, Father Arrested

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A six-year-old student at Ethel Baker Elementary School brought a bag of methamphetamine to class with him Sept. 29.

The white bag was found on the floor by another student, who turned the drugs into his teacher, reports the Los Angeles Times. The boy’s father, Gonzalo Meza, 24, was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment and possession of drugs.

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