Florida man arrested after police find flakka, unbuckled 2-year-old in front seat

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Having either one of these things in your front seat is bad.

But the two together? C'mon man.

The Palm Beach Sun-Sentinel's Kate Jacobson reports that a West Palm Beach, Fla. man was arrested late Saturday after he was discovered with an unbuckled 2-year-old and a baggie of flakka in his front seat.


Here's what happened according to Jacobson; the police report on the incident was not immediately available:

West Palm Beach police said just after 10 p.m. Saturday, they saw a car driving in the 900 block of Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard make an illegal U-turn.

Police pulled over the driver, Joey Canady, and saw a 2-year-old girl sitting in the front seat, with no car seat or seat belt. They ran Canady's name and also discovered he has no valid driver's license.

They also found more baggies of flakka on Canady, "as if they were up for sale, Jacobson writes.

He's now being held at the Palm Beach County Jail on $10,000 bail.

Don't do any of this.

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