BELLE, W.Va. — Police in Kanawha County say deplorable living conditions in a mobile home have prompted the removal of two infants.
Sheriff's Capt. Sean Crosier says arrest warrants have been issued for the infants' mother and her boyfriend.
Crosier says the Department of Health and Human Resources received reports that the infants didn't have proper food, care or clothing. Deputies who went to the home Thursday night in Belle were met at the door by the infants' grandmother.
Crosier says deputies found coffee filters allegedly containing methamphetamine. Arrest warrants for possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver have been issued for the infants' mother, 23-year-old Jody Lynn Wisen, and her boyfriend, 31-year-old William Clayton Booth of Cabin Creek.
Crosier said the prosecutor's office is handling the case.