'I think my dad sells drugs': Boy calls police on dad 05/19/2017 3:37 pm PDT Comments KDAF via KDAF: LAWRENCE, Mass. -- (KDAF) -- An 11-year-old boy is being called courageous after he found illegal drugs in his dad's suitcase and called 911, WCVB reports. Police went to the home on Wednesday and confiscated more than 200 grams of heroin mixed with fentanyl. The drugs were packaged in five sandwich bags hidden inside the luggage. The child told them he saw his father selling drugs earlier in the day. “I commend this young man for being brave enough to come forward and report that these dangerous substances were in his home,” Fitzpatrick told WCVB. Yamil Mercado, 40, turned himself in and was charged with drug trafficking and child endangerment. The boy is now with his grandmother. FULL STORY: 'I think my dad sells drugs': Boy calls police on dad - KDAF #Drugs #KDAF #Massachusetts Related Stories Parents O.D. on heroin, leave newborn strapped in car seat Man caught with 630 bags of heroin during traffic stop Boy dies after allegedly getting into dad's drugs: reports Crime Watch Daily Investigates: Heroin - the new killer next door Mother accused of selling heroin, pills allegedly to feed son's addiction 2-year-old drowns while father high on heroin, deputies say Police: Man spent 3 days getting high with corpse Girl forced into prostitution, injected with heroin: police Man calls 911, says girlfriend stole his heroin Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.