RALEIGH -- A Raleigh woman has been arrested after reportedly selling drugs out of a hotel room where she and her 1-year-old child were living.
Officers said 34-year-old Saquanna Thorpe was using her room at the Budgetel Inn & Suites in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina to sell and store cocaine.
On April 12, officers executed a search warrant in the hotel room on New Bern Avenue where Thorpe and her baby were living.
During the search, officers found her to be in possession of more than 7 grams of cocaine, two digital scales and plastic baggies.
Officials also said Thorpe gave an officer a false name and date of birth for her child during an interview.
Thorpe was arrested Saturday and faces multiple charges including misdemeanor child abuse, possession with intent to sell/distribute cocaine and to keep and maintain a vehicle, dwelling or other place for use, storage, or sale of a controlled substance.
Mother sold cocaine while 1-year-old was with her in North Carolina hotel room, police say