Updated: Capt. Debbie Peecook said the 3-year-old was seen in the emergency room, not admitted to the hospital.
A 51-year-old Napa woman and her 25-year-old son have been arrested after a 3-year-old relative was taken to the emergency room, apparently having consumed methamphetamine, according to an arrest summary from the City of Napa Police Department:
On 12-4-2012 at about 1945hrs a three year old victim was taken to the Queen of the Valley Hospital after being picked up at his aunt’s home in the 2100 block of Lone Oak.
The three year old victim was acting strangely and tested positive for amphetamine and displayed signs and symptoms of being under the influence of a controlled substance.
Officers responded to the Lone Oak residents where they contacted Natalie Wood and her son Jason Wood.
Jason is on probation with search and seizure and also had two outstanding felony Napa County Bench Warrants.
A controlled substance (suspected methamphetamine) was located on Jason Wood’s person. The home was in unacceptable condition for the care of the three year old child. Both subjects were arrested and booked at NCDC.
Natalie and Jason Wood were booked on suspicion of child endangerment with Jason Wood facing additional charges of possession of methamphetamine and violation of probation, police said.
Capt. Debbie Peecook said the 3-year-old was seen in the emergency room, but not admitted to the hospital.
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