When people were called to a home in Boynton Beach, Florida, to investigate a woman named Rosalyn Faniel, they became witnesses to a disturbing and potentially deadly incident.
After receiving complaints about a man selling drugs from the 34-year-old's apartment, a police officer and an an investigator from the Florida Department of Children and Families paid her a visit to interview her about allegations of child neglect. That's when they saw her three-year-old boy holding a gun.
While talking to Faniel, the officer saw her son reaching into his toy box and pulling out a 9 mm pistol. After taking the gun out of the child's hands, he found that not only was the safety off, but it was also loaded with a bullet in the chamber. Faniel claimed it wasn't hers and she hadn't known it was there.
A search around the apartment yielded a box of ammunition on top of the refrigerator and a makeup bag filled with baggies of white and pink powder, which tested positive for Oxycodone.