The parents of a two-month-old girl from Virginia, who died of cocaine and heroin poisoning last November, were arrested on Tuesday.
Parents Eugene Chandler, 27, and Shaleigh Brumfield, 26, were arrested in Danville after a large jury charged them with crimes, abuse, and neglect of a child.
Eugene Chandler (27) and Shaleigh Brumfield (26) were charged on Monday of November with the death of their two-month-old daughter. (Danville Police Department)  Officials responded on November 24 to their parents' home in Danville, where they found Chandler holding an unresponsive child in hand, WSET reported. The officers performed a CPR examination of the girl before being taken to the ER, where she was declared dead, according to the report.
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Police reported there There was no physical evidence of a child's trauma. The investigators raided the house and discovered evidence of drug use, WSET reported. An autopsy of the infant revealed that the cause of death was "acute heroin and cocaine intoxication in a shared sleeping situation".
The infant's parents were indicted on Monday and arrested on Tuesday without charge. They are being held without bondage at Danville City Prison. Danville is located in southern Virginia and is adjacent to North Carolina.