Police in South Windsor have arrested a man and charged him numerous drug charges after they said he was selling crack cocaine from a parking lot while having two infant children in the car.
According to the East Central Narcotics Task Force, made up of officers from South Windsor, Glastonbury, Manchester and Vernon, they conducted a buy/bust operation in the parking lot of a restaurant in South Windsor on Stephen Thompson, 25, of Windsor.
Thompson charged with possession of cocaine, sale of cocaine and risk of injury and was held on $150,000 bond.
Eriyana Vinson, 23, of Windsor was charged with conspiracy possession of cocaine, conspiracy sale of cocaine and risk of injury.
The Department of Children and Families was called into assist with the two infant children.
Police seized 3 grams of crack cocaine and a 2004 Volvo.
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