Last Friday, an Ohio home was robbed by two men, and a toddler was held at gunpoint by his mother's cousin. 25-year-old Christopher Sprinkles and 26-year-old Marcus Williams kicked in the door of Sprinkles's cousin's home, which she shares with her boyfriend, Neil Amburgey, and her 2-year-old son. Williams held the family at gunpoint, while Sprinkles searched the bedroom for valuables. 

Amburgey told police that the two men wore bandannas over their faces, but he was still able to identify Sprinkles. It's unclear what was stolen, but the police report claims that goods were delivered to a third party. Williams and Sprinkles were charged with aggravated burglary. Sprinkles also faces charges for drug abuse and tampering with evidence.

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[via The Huffington Post]