If you want your kids to be good at something, you have to start teaching them early. For example, if I ever want my kids to be really awesome at slingin’ dope on street corners I’ll punt’em out my front door at the ripe age of 4 with a bag of drugs and tell them that they can’t come home until they’ve made their nut. OR, I could just leave a giant bag of heroin sitting around my house and wait to see if they’ll naturally grab the bag and start trying to turn a profit.
That strategy might get you busted though, since kids are stupid and might just give away the drugs free to their friends at day care. That’s what happened with Ashley Tull, at least.
A 4-year-old Delaware girl brought a backpack filled with 249 baggies of heroin to her day care on Monday then passed it out to other kids in the belief it was candy.
The girl took a different bag than usual to Hickory Tree Child Care Center after a household pet ruined her bag the night before.
Day care workers immediately contact police and even rushed some of the kids to a hospital as a precaution, but no injuries were reported.
They found the bag contained 3.735 grams of heroin.
Police believe the bag belonged to the girl’s mother, 30-year-old Ashley Tull.
Tull was charged with maintaining a drug property and endangering the welfare of a child.
Along with her 4-year-old daughter, Tull’s two other children–a 9-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl–were left in the custody of a family member.
Looks like we’ve got a natural on our hands, folks…except for the whole “giving it away free” bullshit. You couldn’t even trade for a cookie or whateverthefuck toddlers use as currency? Step your game up, amateur.