Cops: Ex-officer revived with drug antidote as baby in car

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A woman who once worked as a police officer in the Pittsburgh suburbs is facing charges she was found passed out in her car with her newborn son in the backseat and was revived with an opioid antidote.

O’Hara Township police say officers responding to a call Sunday of a shirtless man wandering around found the 32-year-old woman in the car and her 29-year-old boyfriend sitting on a curb.

They say the woman was revived with Narcan. They say the boyfriend first said they had taken Percocet possibly laced with heroin then he said she was on Xanax.

Nicole Mautino and Anthony Schulli face charges including endangering the welfare of children. Lawyers for them weren’t listed in online court documents.

The infant wasn’t injured but taken to a hospital as a precaution.

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