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Toddler 'smoking pot' in video leads to arrest of two women in Fort Hall

The Independent logo The Independent 25/08/2016 Feliks Garcia

© Provided by Independent Print Limited Two women have been arrested after they were linked to a video allegedly showing them share a joint with a small toddler.

The video was posted to Facebook on Saturday, according to KPVI, and shows four adults smoking what appears to be a joint in front of the toddler.

One woman in the video could be heard saying: "No more getting high? He's all blazing it."

Police at the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in Idaho said they are holding the two suspects in jail for child endangerment. The investigation is still ongoing, so they could not release more details at the time of this writing.

In the video, one of the women attempts to blow smoke into the toddler’s mouth twice. The second time, the child turned his head away from the smoke.

Police first became aware of the video after Facebook users voiced their outrage at the image of a child allegedly given marijuana.

The identities of the adults involved have not been released given the ongoing nature of the investigation, the police said.

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