A Brooklyn man accused of kidnapping his 3-year-old grandson and taking him to a drug den went from bad grandpa to worse, authorities said Sunday.
Larry Fuller, 60, told investigators he was drinking and had bought and used cocaine during the nearly 17 hours he disappeared with his grandson Shaughn starting Friday night, the criminal complaint said.
Fuller was left to care for the tyke, but when his guardians came home, the grandpa and child were nowhere to be found, police said.
Several desperate calls to the wayward grandfather went unanswered, police sources said. When they finally got through to Fuller, he said he and little Shaughn wouldn’t be back that night, according to the complaint.
Instead, he took the child along for a debauchery spree at a “known drug location” three blocks from the the family’s W. 11th St. home in Coney Island, to where cops later traced Fuller’s phone, police said.
Fuller, arraigned on charges of unlawful imprisonment and endangering the welfare of a child, was held on $2,500 cash bail and $3,500 bond.