Jonathon Harrington Charged With Child Endangerment Meth
A Mills man has been arrested for having his children in a room with drugs.
Thirty year old Jonathan Harrington is facing two counts of child endangerment meth and one count of possession of a controlled substance.
An investigation this past weekend led police to a hotel room where Harrington and his two children were staying.
Officers say they found Harrington's children alone, and they claimed they hadn't seen their father all night.
Hotel security staff told investigators that he had been out and about in the hotel all night and hanging out with motorcycle club members that were having a convention.
In addition, police say they found evidence of drug use in the room.
The children were returned to their mother.
Harrington is being held on five-thousand dollars bond awaiting trial.
A child endangerment meth charge carries a maximum prison sentence of five years, while the possession charge has a maximum prison sentence of one year.