BOSTON (CNN) – A Massachusetts man is accused of selling crack cocaine out of a stroller with his 18-month-old baby still inside.
Police say on Friday, drug enforcement officers were investigating activity when they witnessed an exchange between a man and a car and another pushing a stroller.
Police say they stopped the driver first.
“He then pulled the waistband back and nine small plastic baggies containing white flat-like rocks appearing to be crack cocaine fell out of a white colored napkin,” Prosecutor Robert Connely said.
In court Monday, the prosecutor said that man claimed he purchased the drugs from a man, identified as,48, with a stroller.
“He replied he put the crack down on top of the baby carriage and I put the money down and pick them up,” Connely said.
Police say when they stoppedhe had about $600 on him and nearby officer say they found a folded napkin with 14 small plastic baggies of crack cocaine.
Police say this isn’t his first drug offense, but he has a list of convictions and aliases.
“He has multiple aliases, your honor. I count at least seven, if not more including the name of a child in the report your honor,” Connely said.
When asked whether he was selling drugs out of his stroller, he kept his ball cap in front of his face while exiting the courtroom.
is out on bail, but a judge ordered him to wear a GPS monitoring bracelet until his next court appearance in December.