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Kids Found With Meth In Their System

Sheryl Hoffman Sheryl Hoffman
Julie Carroll Julie Carroll

A Wichita Falls police investigation is highlighting the risk of having drugs in a home with children.

Wichita Falls police arrested Sheryl Hoffman, 35, and Julie Carroll, 47. Both are facing two counts each of Endangering a Child.

In a police report obtained by Newschannel 6, officers said the women were slapped in handcuffs in May of 2010. Officers said they were called to a home in the 2300 Block of 9th St. and found several baggies of meth, scales, cash, plastic bags and marijuana seeds.

Police also said they found three children in the home ages 2, 7 and 10. The children were tested, and toxicology results came back in December of 2010. The results showed the 10 and 2 year olds had methamphetamine in their urine at the time of testing.

 

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