Goldsboro Couple Found Passed Out in Car with 3 Year-Old Child
From the Goldsboro Police Department
On September 12, 2016 at approximately 0710 hours officers from B-Shift responded to the McDonalds located at 2002 Wayne Memorial Drive in reference to a suspicious vehicle parked on the lot.
Upon arrival officers found Steven Britt McCullen W/M DOB 09-03-89 27 yrs. old and Christine Danielle McCullen W/F DOB 07/27/1990 26 yrs. old in their vehicle. The two subjects were passed out from apparent Heroin overdose. There was several open packages of what is suspected to be Heroin, and several unopened packages of what is suspected to be Heroin also. There was several syringes located on scene along with the drugs.
The two suspects had their 3 year old child in the car, and the child was transported to Wayne Memorial Hospital to be evaluated. Wayne County Social Services was notified and took custody of the child. The child had no injuries.
The two subjects were taken into custody and charged with Possession of Schedule I drug, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Child Abuse. The driver Mr. Steven Britt McCullen was also charged with DWI. Steven Britt McCullen received a $12,000 secure bond. Mrs. Christine Danielle McCullen received a $10,000 secure bond. Both suspects were placed in the Wayne County Jail. The first court appearance will be September 13, 2016 at 0900 hours.
There has been an increase in cases such as this one. If you see a car out of place or parked for a period of time, and does not belong at that location please call local law enforcement and let them investigate. Thanks to the caller who possibly saved the lives of these two individuals.
Steven Britt McCullen 1116 Stan Ray Road Fremont, NC DOB 09-03-1989 / 27
Christine Danielle McCullen 114 Mergini Drive Pikeville, NC DOB 07-27-1990 26 Years old
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