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Police Immediately Arrest TV Reporters After Dark Secret Revealed

Veteran Tucson television news reporter Som Lisaius and his wife have each been charged with three counts of drug and child abuse.

The charges result from an investigation by the Oro Valley Police Department that started when the Lisaiuses took their baby to a hospital ER a couple of months ago. Based on the police report, lab tests at the hospital revealed cocaine in the 4-month-old baby's system.

Both suspects pled not guilty at an initial appearance and were released on their own recognizance.

Of note, Som and Krystin Lisaius are each facing felony child abuse and drug possession charges.

The police report notes that Som Lisaius and his wife had friends to visit on May 14th, and they both admitted to consuming cocaine. Krystin Lisaius then made the mistake of breast feeding her child. A couple of hours later, the baby became lethargic so they transported it to the hospital.

Police officers eventually found 1.8 grams of cocaine in a search of their residence, according to a police report.

Apparently the infant is currently in the custody of the Arizona Department of Child Safety.

Som Lisaius was employed as a news and crime reporter for Tucson TV station KOLD, but he no longer works for the station, according to Nick Ulmer, KOLD vice president and general manager.

A statement from TV station KGUN noted that Krystin Sorich Lisaius had worked at the station two years ago for just a few months, explained Jim Arnold, vice president and general manager.

Source: Tucson
Photo: Twitter

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