MONROE, La. – Two people are facing charges after they allegedly passed out in a vehicle with an infant.
According to arrest reports filed for the case, Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies found the driver, Brianna Ramsey, 24, and passenger Bradley Bellmore, 22, asleep in a vehicle Sunday morning.
An 8-month-old infant was in a car seat in the rear of the vehicle. The vehicle was not running and all three occupants were covered in sweat, the arrest reports said.
Deputies saw a small plastic bag of what they suspected were drugs through the car window. A search yielded bags of what was believed to be meth and Clonazepam, a prescription medication, along with a set of digital scales and a glass pipe with meth residue, the reports said.
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Both suspects denied the items were theirs and were taken to Ouachita Correctional Center.
Bellmore and Ramsey are facing charges of cruelty to juveniles, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled dangerous substance in the presence of a person under 17 years old, possession of a schedule IV controlled dangerous substance and possession with intent to distribute or manufacture a schedule II controlled dangerous substance.
Bail for each was set at $33,500, and both remain in custody.
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