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Charleston police make drug arrests at home where child removed for living conditions

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Clockwise from top left:  Fallon Stafford, John Tabor, Donald Kine, Kirstyn Johnson and Elizabeth Danielle, who was arrested Wednesday. Clockwise from top left: Fallon Stafford, John Tabor, Donald Kine, Kirstyn Johnson and Elizabeth Danielle, who was arrested Wednesday.
CHARLESTON, SC -

Charleston Police have arrested four people at a residence on Cross Street on drug charges.

Thursday police returned to the home where Wednesday they arrested a mother for leaving her child at the home under hazardous living conditions.  John Tabor, Kirstyn Johnson, Fallon Stafford and Donald Kine were arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and heroin.  Police also charged Tabor with marijuana possession.

When police searched the home they found 2 grams of cocaine, several small bags of heroin and a gram of marijuana along with various hypodermic needles and other drug paraphernalia

Earlier in the week authorities received complaints about the living conditions at the home and the safety of a child living at the house.  Wednesday officers arrested 23-year-old Elizabeth Danielle and charged her with unlawful conduct towards a child.

According to police Danielle left her child at the home where investigators found living and dead insects throughout home and a litter box overflowing with feces.

The child is now in DSS custody.

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