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3 charged with endangering toddler in drug-filled hotel room

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CLARKS SUMMIT, Pa. (AP) - The parents of a 3-year-old boy and another woman have been charged with endangering the child while using drugs in a Pennsylvania hotel room.

South Abington Township police went to the Nichols Village hotel on Saturday after a parent reported concerns that 20-year-old Kayla Thurston was using drugs there.

Police say they found Thurston with a couple, 20-year-old Ariel Burke and 22-year-old David Button in the room using marijuana, and possessing methamphetamine and a generic form of Suboxone, a drug used to treat heroin addicts that is sometimes abused itself.

Police say Burke and Button's son was running around unsupervised. He's been placed with a responsible family member.

All three have been arraigned on drug possession and the endangerment charge. Their custody status wasn't clear in court records Monday.

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