After his mother was arrested for DUI, this little one-year-old boy was found by West Virginia Police covered in vomit in the backseat of the car.
Police on the scene took the child from the car and took him with them back to their police Headquarters.
Seeing at their office was not exactly equipped for looking after a baby, the officers were forced to improvise, washing the little boy in the sink.
Despite all that he had been through, photos of the moment shared by the officers show the little boy, whose name the officers did not know, happy and smiling.
"We made an arrest for DUI, the one-year-old baby boy was in the backseat covered in vomit," trooper B.R. Wood, with the Princeton detachment told the Bluefield Daily Telegraph. "The vehicle was disabled, so we brought the baby boy back."
"He was the best little baby. He had just started to nod off when Child Protective Services arrived."
After drying him off with a towel and finding a teddy bear for him to cuddle, one of the officers was pictured cradling the child while thy waited for child protective services.
"The baby has now been placed with a legal guardian," added Wood. "He is safe at this time and under the supervision of CPS."