Toddler in Protective Custody After Cocaine is Found in His Nose

By WTVO WQRF Newsroom

Published 04/29 2014 08:45PM

Updated 04/30 2014 05:47AM

UPDATE - The mother of the 2-year-old Freeport boy found with cocaine in his nose is in custody on an unrelated charge.

FREEPORT - A toddler is in child protective services after a doctor found cocaine in his nose.

Police say the boy's parents took him to the doctor Monday afternoon because he was acting strangely. A doctor removed a substance from the 2-year-old's nose, which later tested positive as cocaine.

Police have questioned the boy's parents.

No charges have been filed. The case is still under investigation.

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