Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Brian Allee, a 29-year-old Wisconsin man was jailed Wednesday after he allegedly injected heroin while waiting in a car in front of his son’s school. An 8-month-old baby was found crying in the back seat.
According to Sheboygan police, officers were dispatched to Cooper Elementary School after Allee’s six-year-old son found his father passed out in a car outside of his school. The child ran back into the school crying “I can’t wake Daddy up.”
Investigators say a teacher went out to the car, which was still running, and was unable to wake Allee. A syringe was found in Allee’s hand while an 8-month-old baby cried in the back seat.
Arriving officers searched the car and found six foil squares of heroin, a cigarette lighter and a burned spoon that was coated with heroin residue. Needle marks were found on Allee’s arm, including one mark that was still bleeding.
Allee was transported to Sheboygan Memorial Hospital where he was treated and tested for drug abuse. He was taken into custody soon afterward. Allee was booked into jail and charged with child neglect and possession of drug paraphernalia.