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Versan Anderson, 25, has been accused of neglecting the child in Milwaukee for allegedly giving his five-week-old daughter an overdose of cocaine and opioids

Dad & # 39; ensured that his newborn daughter got an overdose of opioids and cocaine by spraying in a jar with & # 39; to clean baby water & # 39; which she used to prepare her formula & # 39;

  • Versan Anderson, 25, accused of child neglect crime in Milwaukee
  • Criminal complaint says that Anderson has admitted that he injected himself with cocaine along with a friend who rinsed syringes in jug & # 39; baby water & # 39;
  • Anderson & # 39; s girlfriend used the purified, mineral-enriched water to prepare the formula for the couple's five-week-old baby on May 6
  • The child was rushed to a hospital suffering from breathing difficulties and diagnosed with an overdose of drugs that required Narcan treatment
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Versan Anderson, 25, has been accused of neglecting the child in Milwaukee for allegedly giving his five-week-old daughter an overdose of cocaine and opioids

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Versan Anderson, 25, has been accused of neglecting the child in Milwaukee for allegedly giving his five-week-old daughter an overdose of cocaine and opioids

A Milwaukee father was arrested after police said he had given his daughter an overdose of drugs by flushing out used syringes in water used to prepare her formula.

Versan Anderson, 25, has been accused of a child's crime neglect after his five-week-old daughter was taken to hospital three weeks ago with respiratory problems.

When doctors at the St Luke medical center performed tests on the child on May 6, they found both cocaine and opioids in her system.

The baby received two doses of Narcan before being transferred to Children & # 39; s Hospital of Wisconsin for additional treatment.

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Cited by a criminal complaint Fox 6 now, the police who had been called to hospital for a child warning complaint interviewed the girl's mother, who said she had left her daughter in the care of her friend, Anderson, the baby's biological father.

When she came home from work around 4 p.m., Anderson told her that their daughter slept all day and would not take her bottle.

Anderson took care of his baby at his home in Milwaukee on May 6 (photo) when he said his friend arrived and then sprayed into a jug of & # 39; baby water & # 39; flushed

Anderson took care of his baby at his home in Milwaukee on May 6 (photo) when he said his friend arrived and then sprayed into a jug of & # 39; baby water & # 39; flushed

Anderson took care of his baby at his home in Milwaukee on May 6 (photo) when he said his friend arrived and then sprayed into a jug of & # 39; baby water & # 39; flushed

The mother, who has not been named, prepared the baby food with water from a gallon jug, mineral-enriched & # 39; baby water & # 39; in the kitchen, the girl fed and laid her down.

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Around 7 p.m. Anderson advised his girlfriend that their child was having trouble breathing, and the woman immediately took the child to the hospital.

Anderson & # 39; s girlfriend used the purified mineral-enriched water from a gallon jug to prepare the formula for the couple's baby (stock image)

Anderson & # 39; s girlfriend used the purified mineral-enriched water from a gallon jug to prepare the formula for the couple's baby (stock image)

Anderson & # 39; s girlfriend used the purified mineral-enriched water from a gallon jug to prepare the formula for the couple's baby (stock image)

The police later went to Anderson's house on South 19th Street and West Rogers Street to interview him and allegedly found needles and other drug paraphernalia, including bent and burnt spoons with brown remains in them.

The 25-year-old man initially denied drugs and accused his brother and two friends of leaving the needles at his home.

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But Anderson finally admitted that a friend came by on May 6 to take drugs, including a Percocet pill, who, according to the complaint, abused and sniffed the 25-year-old.

Anderson said the friend brought syringes and she rinsed out in the jar of # 39; baby water & # 39; in the kitchen.

Anderson and his partner allegedly bought cocaine and injected it into themselves, after which they put the used syringes back in the container with & # 39; baby water & # 39; have cleaned.

Despite his alleged confession, Anderson has not pleaded guilty to the child's negligence. He must appear in court on June 19.

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