Kentucky Professor Faces Charges After Baby Tests for Cocaine

An assistant professor at Morehead University faces a charge of wanton endangerment after police say her baby girl tested positive for cocaine.

Noelle N'Diaye was arrested after her husband called police and reported his wife had smoked crack cocaine with their child in the car.

Police say the baby later tested positive for cocaine, but was not harmed and was returned to her father.


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