Two Broadway men and a woman were arrested on Tuesday after Lee County Sheriff’s Office narcotics agents and patrol division deputies had to revive a 1-year-old child using Narcan — a drug typically used to treat opioid overdose.
Deputies arrived at a home at 401 Forest Avenue to assist Broadway Police with an EMS call in reference to the unresponsive child. When deputies arrived, FirstHealth medical personnel and Cape Fear Fire Department first responders were conducting life-saving treatment on the child before Narcan was administered. Once the child was resuscitate, they were transported to a hospital for more treatment and observation.
Narcotics agents executed a search warrant on the home and discovered drugs and paraphernalia throughout. The mother of the child, her boyfriend and another male friend who were living in the home were all arrested.
Brandy Leona Alvey (26), arrested and charged with felony child abuse by neglect and possession of drug paraphernalia. On Wednesdays, Alvey was brought before the Lee County magistrate, who issued a $50,000 secured bond. During her first appearance, her bond was raised to $150,000 by a Lee County judge.
Michael Alan Crockett (30), arrested and charged with felony child abuse by neglect and possession of drug paraphernalia. Crockett’s bond was also raised from $50,000 to $150,000 on Wednesday.
Brian James Elliott (28), arrested and charged with felony possession of schedule II substance (fentanyl) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Elliott was issued a $10,000 secured bond.
Guy on the left looks real bad, this is so sad & so wrong, this poor child needs a better home & better parents !
Having a child is not a right …
It’s a damn privilege!!!!
Just ponder that a minute 🙏🏻🥰
Brandy’s parents were into drugs. Family tried to intervene, but the courts and social services would return her back to her parents.
The real villains’ here is the judicial system.