Deputies report couple used heroin with their three-month old in the back seat of a vehicle, while in a McDonald's parking lot.

Two people were charged Saturday in Wayne County with endangering the welfare of a child after police say the pair used heroin with their three-month old daughter in the back seat of a vehicle.

According to Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies, Riley Griffith Rust, 22, and Sarah Riedl, 25, both of Ontario, N.Y.,, were charged after police responded to a suspicious condition complaint on Brick Schoolhouse Road in the town of Huron.

Deputies were dispatched to the area of Brick Schoolhouse Road near Route 104 for a suspicious condition concerning a female going to a house asking for hot water for her baby but no car or baby were seen. Deputies located the vehicle near the Brick Schoohouse Road and Route 104 intersection in the driveway of an abandoned house. Drug residue and paraphernalia were found in the vehicle, according to deputies.

Rust was placed into custody for seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Further investigation found there was another incident that occurred earlier in the evening in Ontario. It is alleged that Rust and Riedl used heroin with their three-month old in the back seat of a vehicle, while in the McDonald’s parking lot. They then proceeded towards Wolcott where they came in contact with deputies. Riedl and Rust were both charged with endangering the welfare of a child. The child was transferred safely to a family member.

Rust was issued an appearance ticket to appear in Huron Town Court at a later date to answer the charge of criminal possession. Rust and Riedl were both sent to central booking to await arraignment onthe endangering the welfare of a child charge.