Cody R. Hulse, 25, of Latrobe, was charged Friday with possession of heroin, possession and delivery of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of children.
Hulse admitted to police that he was selling heroin and was arrested on charges of possession of heroin, possession and delivery of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of children - just hours after the birth of his child.
The incident happened Thursday.
The heroin found on Hulse was labelled "Final Call".
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"This affidavit says you had needles in there, you were selling drugs in there...all with a newborn baby in the room".
People in the auto reportedly told authorities that they had just bought the drugs from Cody Hulse, the newborn's 25-year-old father, who was at Excela Health Westmoreland hospital.
He is being held in the Westmoreland County Prison on $100,000 bond.
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Police said Hulse's girlfriend, the mother of his child, maintained that she did not know he was selling drugs from the room.
Swank and other officers went to the hospital, phoning nurses ahead of time to take the newborn girl from the room before they arrived.
"I have an addiction problem", Hulse told WPIX after his arraignment. Hulse can have no contact with the baby while he's in jail.
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