FLOYD COUNTY, Ga. — Officers found a large amount of drug paraphernalia during an investigation at a home where three children lived.
Floyd County police said the department’s drug task force conducted a drug bust at a home on Oakwood Drive.
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During the investigation, officers found 548 fentanyl pills, four grams of cocaine and a pound of marijuana.
Authorities arrested 34-year-old Nicole Sexton and added that her children, a toddler and two teens, lived in the home where the investigation occurred.
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Sexton was charged with felony child cruelty, felony gun charges and several felony drug offenses.
Police did not provide details regarding what happened to the children following Sexton’s arrest.
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