Deputies in Laurel County, Kentucky arrested two people yesterday for child abuse after officers allegedly found living conditions were unfit for anyone.
Christopher Bowling, 39, and Brandy Bowling, 34, were both charged with four counts of criminal abuse in the third degree to children 12 or under. Christopher Bowling was also charged on a Pulaski District Court bench warrant of arrest for failure to appear in court on numerous traffic violations.
Deputies went to the home off David Hibbits Lane approximately 2 miles west of London.
“Upon arrival at the scene officers made contact with the residents of the home there and upon entry to the residence found the living conditions were unfit for anyone to live in – the floor was covered in trash and spoiled food,” the sheriff’s office said.
Deputies said they found four small children living there ranging ages from 2 to 12 years old.
Social services was called to the scene to take custody of the children.