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3-year-old found laying near drugs during drug raid

(Source: McLennan County Jail) (Source: McLennan County Jail)
WACO, TX (KXXV) -

The Waco Police Department said a man was arrested during a drug raid where a 3-year-old was found laying near drugs. 

On Aug. 17 at around 11 a.m. drug enforcement investigators were serving a "delivery warrants" on Francisco Laborico.

Officers located Laborico at the America's Best Value Inn located at 4201 Franklin in Waco, where another male and a 3-year-old were with him. 

Officers found about 10.56 gr. of cocaine,  about 7.92 gr. of methamphetamine and about 4.55 of marijuana. 

CPS was notified of the fact that a 3-year-old that was lying on the bed where cocaine was hidden under the sheets.

Laborico is facing three charges of possession, endangering a child, and 4 charges of delivery.

He is being held on a $145,000 bond. 

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