FAYETTE COUNTY, WV (WOAY) – A group of people faces felony charges following a Child Protective Services home check-in in Oak Hill.
According to Sheriff Mike Fridley, Fayette County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the Pine Knoll Apartments in Oak Hill to assist Child Protective Services during a home check. The Deputies found drugs, scales, and paraphernalia as well as drug needles in easy reach of a small child. The six adults in the home were taken into custody for creating an extremely dangerous risk to the small child.
Hannah Holstein – 25
Franklin Evans – 30
Amanda Gardner – 24
David Williams – 43
Amanda Hughes – 29
Carmen Malicoate – 31
All 6 subjects were charged with Child Neglect Creating Risk of Serious Bodily Injury and Conspiracy to Commit a Felony. Malicoate received an additional charge of Possession With Intent to Deliver Narcotics. They will now await court proceedings.