A search subsequently found about 1 pounds of marijuana and a lab for manufacturing cannabis oil on the kitchen table and counters, drug paraphernalia and other related items, police said. Authorities said the items were within easy reach of the child. “The most important thing here is the child’s well-being,” Ralston said. “That is why it is a priority for us, just because of the danger to the child.” Authorities took the boy into protective custody and placed him with his father, Ralston said. But when the boy ended back with his mother again, authorities then took the boy back into protective custody. Garden City School Superintendent Rick Atha said the school is cooperating with the investigation and declined further comment. The Kansas Department of Children and Families also declined to talk about the case, citing confidentiality reasons.
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