3-month-old infant tests positive for cocaine, alcohol; North Carolina man arrested 04/27/2020 2:42 pm PDT Comments WGHP / Forsyth County via WGHP: WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (WGHP) -- A Winston-Salem man is accused of giving cocaine and alcohol to a 3-month-old child, accord to Winston-Salem police. Officers say the child tested positive for cocaine. The child's blood-alcohol content level was 0.17 percent. The legal driving limit for North Carolina adults is 0.08 percent. Ronnie Keith Johnson, 60, of Winston-Salem, faces a charge of felony negligent child abuse inflicting serious physical injury. Court papers allege the abuse happened on Jan. 3, and the arrest warrant was served on Johnson on April 23, the Winston-Salem Journal reports. According to court documents, Johnson is disabled and lives with the baby's parents. MORE: Winston-Salem man charged with child abuse after police allege he gave cocaine and alcohol to 3-month-old child - Winston-Salem Journal Winston-Salem man arrested for allegedly giving cocaine, alcohol to 3-month-old - WGHP #ChildAbuse #Cocaine #Drugs #NorthCarolina #WGHP #WinstonSalem Related Stories Man accused of kidnapping in North Carolina arrested in Virginia Third suspect arrested in home invasion, assault on teen girl North Carolina man accused of taking indecent liberties with 2 children Woman who posed as FBI agent online and on date gets 3 years in prison Drugs, guns thrown out car window during North Carolina police pursuit North Carolina inmate assaults officer with pen, jail officials say Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.