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Woman Charged For Filthy Home

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A Bismarck woman is charged with child neglect after a 17 year old told police about the mess she was living in.

40 year old Tammy Kluksdahl was arrested yesterday at her Bismarck home.

A 17 year old girl told officers her home was not kept up. She complained about animal feces all over the house and possibly mold.

Officers described a disgusting, filthy mess inside the home.

According to the police report, an officer says animal feces were "severely mounting" in the living room and were also in the entry way and dining room.

The officer says he had to leave the trailer because he was getting sick from the smell.

Officers saw two dogs, two cages for guinea pigs and four or more cats.

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