Video shows adults blowing marijuana smoke in toddler's face

Posted at 5:26 PM, Aug 23, 2016

A video showing Idaho adults smoking marijuana and blowing the smoke in the face of a young child sparked outrage on social media this week, prompting police to arrest several individuals. 

The video that appeared online Saturday showed a group of adults sitting around a toddler smoking marijuana. At one point, an unidentified woman blew the smoke in the toddlers face. Moments later, the presumed camera person joked about the child being high.

Ft. Hall police told KPVI in Pocatello that arrests were made in the case and the incident occurred on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.