Foursome busted at Henrico car wash injecting heroin in front of 4-year-old child

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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — Four adults arrested at an eastern Henrico car wash are accused of “purchasing, preparing and utilizing” narcotics in front of a four-year-old child, Henrico Police spokesman Lt. Chris Eley said. Henrico Police approached the car parked at an inoperable car wash along the 2600 block of St. Claire Lane on Tuesday.

“Officers approached the vehicle on foot and observed a female attempting to inject a male with suspected narcotics. There was also another male and female in the vehicle along with a four-year-old juvenile,” Lt. Eley said. “The investigation revealed that the adult passengers had just purchased narcotics and drove to the location to consume the contraband.”

Christopher Warfield Bullock, 32, of Charles City County, and Mindy Sue Johnson, 29, of Henrico, were both charged with possession of heroin, child endangerment and possession of drug paraphernalia. Joshua Daniel Grubbs, 25, of Henrico, and Loren Ashley Sherron, 25, of Sandston, were both charged with possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Grubbs faced an additional charged of providing false identification to police.

The four-year-old child in the car was placed into the custody of the Department of Social Services. Police did not indicate to whom the child belonged.