Topeka 1-year-old in police protecting custody after mother and father arrested following narcotics search warrant
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A 1-year-old Topeka child is in police custody and two dogs are in the shelter after the parents were arrested on Wednesday evening after a search warrant for narcotics.
After Wednesday evening in the 800 block of SW Frazier Ave. A search warrant for narcotics was issued, a 1-year-old child is in police custody and two dogs are in the shelter according to the parents, a 23-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman who were detained on multiple drug-related charges.
The Sheriff’s Office announced at around 9 p.m. Wednesday, May 26 that it and the Rossville Police Department had completed a drug investigation in a house on the 800 block of SW Frazier Ave. A search warrant was issued and several firearms, ecstasy and drugs were found in the house. It said a 1-year-old child had been taken into police custody and two dogs had been taken to the Helping Hands Humane Society by Animal Control.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, Matthew A. Randall, 23, and Hunter L. Stubblefield, 22, both from Topeka, were arrested and charged for serious harm to a child, distribution of a hallucinogen, distribution of certain depressants, distribution of certain stimulants, possession of a hallucinogen and Possession of drug paraphernalia with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance. The couple was said to have been admitted to the Shawnee Co. corrections department.
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