NAPA (CBS SF) – A Napa couple was arrested Wednesday for child endangerment when methamphetamine allegedly was found in a Napa residence where a three-month-old child was living, the Napa Special Investigations Bureau said Thursday.

Detectives were conducting a probation search at the residence in the 1200 block of Spruce Street when they found a glass pipe and an empty bottle of morphine in a child’s diaper bag, Lt. Ricky Greenberg said.

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Christine Madolone, 24, and Jesse Jones, 26, who were living in the home and are on probation, were arrested on suspicion of child endangerment and possession of methamphetamine, Greenberg said.

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Detectives also arrested a Vallejo woman at the residence on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine in her purse. A man and a woman from Napa who were in the home were also arrested on warrants for violating their probation, Greenberg said.

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