Dad Packs Son's Lunchbox With Marijuana
By Stevie J. Stevenson Jr.
John Sulzbach, the Connecticut father that allegedly put a marijuana cigarette, (joint) in his 18-month-old son's lunch box by mistake.
According to the Hartford Courant, the daycare workers notified police who later searched the Sulzback residence and found less than one ounce of weed and other paraphernalia.
NBC Connecticut reports that John Sulzback, 33, was charged with possession and impairing the morals of a child and is due in court this week.
How exactly did an 18 month old have his morals impaired by the incident?
According to A Medical Marijuana website
ProCon.org Connecticut has failed to pass at least 6 bills allowing medical marijuana use this year.
For more information and the Father photo visit NBC Connecticut website
Stevie J. Stevenson Jr. is a freelance writer and business owner. Contact him at NewsBlaze.
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