Here Are Mugshots of the Adults Who Allegedly Let a 6-Year-Old Go to School With Heroin

Christopher Troy-Jenkins White and Marie Hunter both face charges.

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Christopher Troy-Jenkins White and Marie Hunter

Christopher Troy-Jenkins White and Marie Hunter are the two adults alleged to have been in charge of the 6 -year-old who took heroin with her to Barry Elementary School on Tuesday.

Police say 19 students of the 20-student class were evaluated at CHOP for exposure to the drug; the girl herself ultimately turned out to be in possession of 11 bags of heroin. White 28, and Hunter, 32 — both of the 4200 block of Viola Street, where the girl lives — are both charged with Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Recklessly Endangering Another Person and Narcotics Possession.

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  • More kids for Foster Care.
    If it’s all about The Kids, then stop complaining about How your tax dollars are being spent when stuff like this happens.
    You need to have a License to have a pet, but no such thing for having a Kid.

  • Lioness

    This poor child will be handed back to these “two adults” in short order. Child Protective Services is just another useless bureaucracy. Nothing to see here. Move along.