Three men have been charged with selling cocaine, heroin, crack, painkillers and guns near the Chelsea Houses in Manhattan. And lacking any airbags, cat statues, hangers, and submarines to hide their drugs in, prosecutors said the dealers instead hid cocaine and heroin in the alleged ringleader's infant daughter's diaper bag and stroller. Don't they know that children's coloring books are for smuggling drugs?

According to the city's special narcotics prosecutor, the alleged ringleader Epifanio Santiago, aka Frenchie, brought his infant daughter to a large sale in June, when he hid cocaine and more than 200 glassines of heroin in the baby's stroller and diaper bag. Santiago sold more than $11,000 worth of drugs to police officers during the four-month investigation, and has been charged with a host of drug-related counts, as well as endangering the welfare of a child. His two accomplices, Deion Alonzo, and David Rodriguez, have also been arrested and charged in connection with the dealing. Maybe Facebook made them all do it?