Florida druggie couple overdose with babies in car

A couple in Florida were arrested after they were caught on video overdosed in their car with two babies in their car seats.

The video shows 36-year-old William Ballard and 32-year-old Delaney Crissinger slupmed over in their seats completely unable to do anything.

The footage was taken by a customer at a gas station in Sarasota, Florida.  Witnesses called 911 after noticing the unconscious couple.

When police arrived, they found the couple still asleep and a syringe next to a container of baby formula by Crissinger's feet.

They woke back up right as a deputy opened the car door, which made Crissinger try to hide a bag of what looked to be crystal meth.

She told police she had her meth pipe on her, but didn't even remember prepping her syringe.

A search of the car turned up a spoon, a scale, empty plastic bags, and 12 bags of what is believed to be heroin.

Ballard said he started selling heroin to make money after he lost his job.

Sarasota Lt. Joe Giasone told news station WTVT:

“It’s a sad situation all around. You’ve got people that are committing crimes and using drugs, doing those things, then you have them bringing their kids along with them, creating other victims.  Anyone that would leave kids in the back of the car when they have the amount of drugs that were in this car, it’s sad for the kids.”

Bad things like this happen when people aren't working.  Trump should pay attention to this!

Read more at the New York Post.

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