Two Women Arrested After Allegedly Posing Children With Pot

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Updated: 11/12/2012 7:27 pm
The Leslie County Sheriff's Office got a call from the local Rite Aid that they had some disturbing pictures.

The photos showed 2 different boys at various times holding joints in their mouths.

Police say someone tried to cancel the order but the pictures had already been developed.

They say they were on a roll with other family photos.

Police arrested the mother, Tracy Hensley with endangerment of a child and unlawful transaction with a minor.

The grandmother, Beth Hensley was also arrested for cultivation, possessing, and trafficking marijuana.

The Leslie County Deputy Sheriff, Adrian Cornett, says "the mother made a statement that she knew it was marijuana".

Cornett says social services took 5 children from Hensley's home.

They are currently with a relative.
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