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Bismarck Woman Charged with Child Abuse

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Three people are arrested after police find drugs and unattended children in a Bismarck home.

Following an arrest from a separate incident, police went to a home in the 1500 block of Harmon Avenue.

They eventually got a search warrant and found meth, scales, drug residue, baggies, smoking tubes and money inside the residence.

In a bedroom they found two ten month old boys with soiled diapers. Officers say there were knives on the floor within reach of the infants and moldy food on their chairs and bouncers.

The caretaker--47-year-old Tessy Fast Horse of Bismarck --was reportedly under the influence of meth and marijuana. Fast Horse is charged with deliver within 1000 feet of a school, a AA felony, two counts of child abuse, possession of drug paraphernalia and ingesting a controlled substance.

31-year-old was Terrance Jones is charged in connection to the case for delivery within 1000 feet of a school, a AA felony, possession of drug paraphernalia and two other misdemeanors.

A third person was arrested on a prior warrant.

The incident happened within 1-thousand feet of Pioneer and St. Anne's schools.

Social Services were contacted to take care of the infants.

Both Fast Horse and Jones are held on $2500 cash bond.

 

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