Thursday, February 28, 2013

Adults Arrested, Children Removed From Home
Four people in Kingsport have been arrested for allowing their children to live in deplorable conditions. Police say they found cockroaches, rotting food, and feces at the home on Newbern Road. 36 year old Lilly Williams and her husband 48 year old Walter Williams were arrested. Lilly Williams' sister 22 year old April Lawson and her husband Phillip were also living there. A total of seven children living in the house were removed by Childrens Services. Five of the seven children were under five years old. One child was an infant.(jb)

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