Man arrested after toddler found with AK-47, drugs
BAKER - Police arrested an East Baton Rouge man after they said they found a stash of drugs and guns in the same room as his 10-month-old daughter.
Baker Police Chief Mike Knapps said officers arrested Brenton Johnson Jr., 22, after a joint narcotics investigation with the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office.
Knapps said investigators found hundreds of doses of drugs as well as a stolen AK-47 and a stolen handgun, both of which were loaded. They said they also found Johnson's 10-month-old daughter was in the same bedroom as the drugs and guns.
Knapps said Johnson is a convicted felon, and investigators filed numerous drug and gun charges against him.
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