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Deputies: Children living in “deplorable conditions,” woman arrested

30-year old Brittany Ann Sowders, of London, faces several charges, including assault and alcohol intoxication, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

LCSO: Child found in deplorable conditions during drug arrest

Laurel County Sheriff's deputies say they found a five-year old child living in deplorable conditions during a drug arrest.

Parents arrested after children found living in deplorable conditions

Deputies with the Laurel County Sheriff's Office say two people have been arrested after several children under the age of 12 were found living in deplorable conditions.

Two arrested after kids found living in deplorable conditions

Two people are behind bars Monday in Laurel County after deputies found children living in deplorable conditions.

KSP: Children found in deplorable conditions during bust in Clay City

State Police say two children were found living in deplorable conditions, which included evidence of meth precursors and supplies, during a bust in Clay City.

Deputies: Parents Arrested After Young Children Found Living In Deplorable Conditions

A mother and father were arrested and jailed in Laurel County after Sheriff's Deputies said they found the couple and their three young children living in the filthiest home they'd ever seen.

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