Fall River PD needs your help finding two criminals who nearly killed their own baby.
Fall River Reporter: The Fall River Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating Kevin Baker, 39, and Lynne Servant, 35, both of Fall River. According to FRPD, warrants have been issued charging Baker and Servant with one charge of Permit injury to a child. The charge stems from an incident in which an 11-month-old child overdosed on fentanyl. The child is currently listed in stable condition. Anyone with information as to the location of Baker and Servant should contact Detective Luis Vertentes of the Fall River Police Major Crimes Division at 508-676-8511 x260.
If you’ve seen either them call that number and then immediately report in to TB. Hit me up on Facebook at Clarence Woods Emerson, or email email@example.com if you do.
Lynne Servant by Lynne Arruda on the Facebook, and she frequently posts about the baby she allegedly loves so much, who she allowed to overdose on fentanyl.
She also advocates for a lot of social causes such as opening up islands for junkies in Boston Harbor.
She calls her chinstrapped, flat brimmed sperm donor her ride or die.
And in case it wasn’t abundantly obvious that this guy was a full fledged ratchet, here he is posing with a picture of a fish.
Which is quickly becoming the new flat brimmed Chicago Bulls hat.
He claims to be “ambitious and hard working.”
But if “Yo, can I bum a cigarette” had a face, it would belong to Kevin Baker.
If you see either of these people report them to the authorities.
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