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Enid Couple Arrested After 2-Year-Old Apparently Swallows Bag Of Drugs

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Alexandra Winkler & Wyatt Gungoll Credit: Enid News & Eagle Alexandra Winkler & Wyatt Gungoll Credit: Enid News & Eagle

An Enid couple is behind bars after their 2-year-old child was taken to the hospital after possibly ingesting a bag of drugs, according to police.

The Enid News And Eagle newspaper reports that police got a call around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday and the caller said a small child had swallowed a bag of drugs and was vomiting.

According to the newspaper, the boy's mother, 21-year-old Alexandra Winkler, was arrested on drug and child abuse charges.

Winkler's boyfriend, Wyatt Gungoll, 24, was also arrested on drug charges.

Police say the boy's 21-year-old mother was arrested on child abuse and drug complaints.

Detectives say they found marijuana and seven one-pot meth labs in the home.

Detective Sgt. Eric Reddick told the newspaper that there were four labs in the attic and three in the utility room.

He also said a syringe was found on the floor, and marijuana was in numerous places in the house where a child could reach.

The child has been transported to an Oklahoma City hospital and the Department of Human Services has taken custody, the newspaper reported.

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