A Flordia father is in some pretty hot water after he brought his son “to work” with him on a job that’s not typically considered “work!”
Joseph Allen McIntosh wanted to take part in the annual work holiday “bring your child to work day.” But instead of going into the office, Joseph had other plans for showing his son what he does for work!
Joseph, 32, and James Henry Vencill, 23, were accompanied by his 11-year-old son on a job that involved breaking into a St. Petersburg home.
What a story to go back and tell your middle school friends right? No, not at all as authorities arrested Joseph on child abuse charges as well as charged for burglary of an unoccupied residence and six other drug possession-related charges.
According to the arrest affidavit, McIntosh, who lives in St. Petersburg, was found on the front porch of the house with “items in his hands and in his backpack that came from the residence.”
The bail for each charge adds up to a total of $15,300.
As for his accomplice James who was listed as homeless on his arrest record, he was also charged with burglary of an unoccupied residence.
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