Two Arrested After Video Appears To Show Adults Blowing Pot Smoke Into Toddler's Face

They face child endangerment charges.

Two Idaho women were arrested on child endangerment charges this week after a video reportedly posted on Facebook appeared to show four adults smoking pot in a room with child, at one point blowing smoke into the boy’s face.

According to KPVI, the alleged incident occurred on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.

A report about the incident by East Idaho News includes a clip of the video, in which one woman says about the boy, while laughing, “No more getting high? He’s all blazing it.”


Fort Hall police have not released the women’s names or mug shots. Investigators are reportedly working on arrest warrants for the other two adults who were present.

Fort Hall Police told The Huffington Post they are not releasing any additional information about the case at this time.

It’s hardly uncommon for law enforcement to find out about crimes via social media. One Oregon teen was arrested in 2013 after posting a status about driving drunk, and a drug dealer was caught in London in 2012 because he posted a Facebook photo of himself with a President Barack Obama wax figure at Madame Tussauds.

A Florida mom also posted a photo of a baby with a bong on the social network in 2010, leading to an investigation by the Florida Department of Children and Families.

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