JONESBORO, Ark. – A 32 year old woman is accused of endangering the welfare of a minor and other charges after a daycare worker found ecstasy in her infant’s shoe.
Mary Lunnie, of Jonesboro, is facing charges including first degree endangering the welfare, possession of ecstasy with intent to deliver, simultaneous possession of drugs and firearm, and possession of firearm as a felon – all felony charges. She also faces a misdemeanor for drug paraphernalia.
It began not long after 8 AM Tuesday at the ASU Child Development and Research Center. ASU PD officers were called after daycare workers found a baggie with three ecstasy tablets in a 14-month-old’s shoe. The drugs were tested and confirmed.
Authorities then obtained a search warrant for Lunnie’s home. There, they found 33 more ecstasy pills, a loaded handgun, a marijuana grinder, digital scales, and a home made weed pipe made out of a coconut.
Anthony Davis, 37, was also arrested during the search warrant at the residence on a Missouri warrant.
Lunnie has previous convictions for felony second degree battery and two counts of fraudulent use of a credit card.
Her bond was set at $125,000 Wednesday by Judge Tommy Fowler. Her next court appearance is at 8:30 AM on January 31, 2020.