LONDONDERRY, NH (WHDH) — A Londonderry, New Hampshire, man has been charged with drug possession and endangering the welfare of a child.
On Oct. 13, officers noticed a man entered a suspected drug house. Police said he was inside for about 20 minutes before leaving in a Jeep. He failed to use a turn signal on Bridget Street, so officers followed him toward Derryfield Park, where he parked his car.
Officers approached him as he sat inside the car and saw an off-white rock-like substance in his center console and a young child in the back seat.
The man, later identified as David Emerson, 31, was arrested.
Police said they also found a glass pipe in the driver’s seat and a small amount of crack cocaine in the center console.
The 4-year-old child was picked up by his mother.
Emerson is set to be arraigned Friday.
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