Florida Mom Sells Drugs From Baby Stroller, Gets Busted

By Christopher Coble, Esq. on July 13, 2015 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

West Palm Beach police charged a mom with drug possession, attempting to sell drugs, and child abuse after she was found with drugs and drug paraphernalia in her child's stroller. Briana Sue Hoxter also allegedly admitted to snorting Alprazolam (sold as Xanax) while pushing her baby around in a stroller full of heroin. (This is not to be confused with the Edmonton mom who was busted in March for hiding GHB, crystal meth, and crack cocaine in her 18-month-old baby's stroller.)

This got us reminiscing on some other outlandish parent-child-drug stories, so here are a few of our favorites:

Babies Know Best

These Moms Are the Worst

And from the not-so-funny "Don't Do Meth While Pregnant or Breastfeeding" department:

The mantra applies to kids and their parents: don't do drugs.

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