A Bismarck woman faces drug and child abuse charges following an investigation at her home.
Police were called for a welfare check Monday in south Bismarck.
An affidavit shows a detective talked with Ravae Smith.
The detective noticed drug paraphernalia in plain view and said Smith appeared under the influence.
After getting a search warrant police found meth paraphernalia throughout the house including syringes, pipes, bags and a spoon all within the reach of young girl.
The residence was reportedly filled with garbage and junk.
Smith is charged with two class 'C' felonies in the case.
A man living with her has also been charged with possession of drug paraphernalia--a class 'C' felony.
Robert Christianson is also charged with a misdemeanor for giving police a false name.
He is held on $5,000 cash bond.