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Two infants found living in "deplorable conditions"

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Kanawha County Sheriff's deputies were called Thursday to assist the Department of Health and Human Resource (DHHR) workers to inspect a home on the 3200 block of East DuPont Ave  in Belle.

The DHHR had received a tip that two infant children were  living in the home without proper food, care, and clothing.

When deputies came to the door they spoke with the children's grandmother Kimberly Sue Cline, who appeared to be under the influence of an unknown substance. From outside, they could also see what they describe as "deplorable living conditions"  inside the home.

Upon further inspection, deputies found several coffee filters filled with finished methamphetamine product, all weighing about 12 grams.

Drugs were seized by deputies and the children were taken by DHHR, due to the living conditions and condition of their current caretaker.

The ages of the infants are unknown at this time.

Warrants are being sought, but have not yet been issued, for Jodie Lynn Wisen, 23, of Belle (the infants' mother), and William Booth, 31, of Cabin Creek, for possession with intent to deliver of methamphetamine.

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