Three charged with Child Endangerment for marijuana at home

FORT PAYNE, Alabama (WDEF) – Three suspects face Child Endangerment charges after a marijuana bust in northeast Alabama.

On Friday, Fort Payne officers were called to the apartment over the strong odor of marijuana.

The officers saw smoke in the air and also smelled the odor.

They say they found a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the apartment.

Bradley Dale Dobbs, Melodi Nichole Crawford, and Joseph Ray Aglor all were charged with possession.

But because there was also a nine year old and a two year old in the apartment, all three were charged with Child Endangerment, also.

Dobbs – Left

Crawford – Middle

Aglor – Right

Categories: DeKalb County, Local News, Regional News, State News – Alabama

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