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March 3, 2013

Group caught getting high with 1-year-old in room


The child appeared to be OK, the deputy said, and there appeared to be no need for medical treatment. 

An attempt was made to contact the child's mother but all three people in the room told the deputy she was unlikely to come out for the child, and the deputy stated she never returned his call about her son. The child was allowed to go home with Myers, the babysitter, and her mother who came out to the motel to pick her up.

The deputy checked the nightstand and found the other bag of marijuana and 11 Xanax pills and seven unidentified yellowish pills.

Seagrave, 28, 2736 Elmwood Drive, Kenmore, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana. Additional charges are pending after the official weight of the weed is determined by a lab, the deputy added.

Myers, 18, 89 Glenhaven Drive, Amherst, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child.

New York State Child Protective Services was notified of the incident as well.

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