ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A man has been arrested for driving high with his baby, who police say was in extreme pain and bleeding from a severe diaper rash.
Police say they responded to a call Monday at the Walmart on Carlisle near Menaul because Zachary Arbuckle, 25, kept hitting a curb.
When they approached, they say Arbuckle reeked of pot and his car smelled like feces.
Officers also found marijuana ready to sell in the car.
The baby's rash was so bad he had to be taken to the hospital and he is now in CYFD custody.
Arbuckle was arrested on child abuse and drug charges.
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