Authorities in Pennsylvania say a 7-year-old boy brought heroin to school after taking it from his grandmother.
The New York Post reports that the boy, a first grade student at Caln Elementary School in Thorndale, Pa. found grandmom's heroin stash after his grandmother left it out while she was babysitting and brought nine bags to school on Friday. CBS Philadelphia says that 56-year-old Pauline Bilinski-Munion of Modena, Pa. didn't even know it was gone.
The boy started showing the heroin to his classmates, even giving some of it to another student. Teachers discovered the bags—marked "Victoria's Secret"—in his pockets. After lying and saying he found them in the schoolyard, he eventually admitted to discovering them "on the floor by the washing machine."
Parents at the school didn't find out until emergency calls went out Friday night, as school officials reportedly declined to contact authorities. At least one other student took the heroin home, as another parent said she found more "Victoria's Secret" on her son as they were walking through the mall.
Bilinksi-Munion, who authorities described to CBS Philadelphia as a "known heroin user," was arrested on drug and child endangerment charges.
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