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Horrifying Photos Show Heroin Addicted Parents Passed Out In Car (3 pics)

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An off duty police officer from East Liverpool, Ohio was tailing a suspicious vehicle when the vehicle swerved and stopped on the side of the round. When he pulled up to the vehicle he saw two parents overdosed on heroin, passed out in the front seats with a young child in the back. He shared these disgusting photos on social media to shame them, and the father who was driving has been sentenced to a year in prison.

1 Horrifying Photos Show Heroin Addicted Parents Passed Out In Car (3 pics)


2 Horrifying Photos Show Heroin Addicted Parents Passed Out In Car (3 pics)


3 Horrifying Photos Show Heroin Addicted Parents Passed Out In Car (3 pics)


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№1 Author: kryptor (12 Sep 2016 06:07) Total user comments: 4727


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How can that boy ever have anything that resembles a normal life after memories like these.
A year is too kind and the mother should get 10-15 yrs.
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№2 Author: rostit (12 Sep 2016 20:10) Total user comments: 465


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That is so sad. I wish the health care industry would see how much pain they inflict by prescribing people pain killers so they get hooked and have to turn to heroin or get sick.

This is an epidemic and its caused by all the large painkiller companies.
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№3 Author: SirLaughALot (12 Sep 2016 22:27) Total user comments: 262


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Quote: kryptor
How can that boy ever have anything that resembles a normal life after memories like these.
A year is too kind and the mother should get 10-15 yrs.
While I share your horror, I don't think taking a kid's parents away will be any better for the kid.
Unless they neglect or abuse him, who says they're not loving parents with a drug problem?
These types of cases are proof that sometimes you really need to look at the individual situation and not just broadsword judge everyone involved.
Immagine your dad being gone for a year. A year. I can't immagine missing one week of my kid.
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