Binghamton Mom Accused of Having Drugs Within Her Toddler’s Reach
A Binghamton woman is accused of having heroin, crack cocaine, marijuana and ecstasy pills in her home with her five year old son present and with the drugs accessible to him.
The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force responded to 24 year old Angelina Brown’s North Street apartment following a report that had been made to the New York State Office of Children and Family Services hotline.
Police say, when they raided the apartment October 24th, they found 46 glassine bags of heroin, three knotted wraps of crack cocaine, a baggie of marijuana, a live marijuana plant and the ecstasy pills.
Brown is charged with three felony counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor drug possession count, endangering the welfare of a child, illegal cultivation of cannabis and unlawful possession of marijuana.