Kids removed from hypodermic needle-filled home

Police say they discovered hypodermic needles, weapons and neglected children inside a Rocky Point home Friday. Police say they went to the scene after receiving a call about a dog crying in the backyard

News 12 Staff

May 10, 2008, 5:32 PM

Updated 5,912 days ago

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Police say they discovered hypodermic needles, weapons and neglected children inside a Rocky Point home Friday.
Police say they went to the scene after receiving a call about a dog crying in the backyard in the rain. When they arrived, officers say they saw the needles on the floor of the home through the window. They also saw a small boy walking around the house with little clothing on.
Upon further investigation, the officers discovered more than 200 needles strewn through the house. They arrested 24-year-old Jeffrey Littlefield and his wife Heather, who was found passed out in another room.
Two young boys were removed from the home, where police also found two rifles with ammunition. The Littlefields are charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, possession of a controlled substance and possession of hypodermic needles.


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