Los Angeles News
Glendale dad accused of selling meth while pushing toddler in shopping cart
GLENDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- A man accused of selling drugs while pushing his toddler around in a shopping cart in Glendale was arrested.
Police say 32-year-old Eric Lopez was taken into custody on Wednesday on suspicion of selling drugs and child neglect.
Officers searched his pockets and found 10 individual bags of meth.
Police say the toddler was under dressed and smelled of feces and vomit. The child was taken to a hospital and is now in custody of the county.
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