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3 kids left home alone, Conway mom in ER high on cocaine, marijuana, and alcohol, report says

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Sabrina Danielle Smith - J Reuben Long Detention Center Sabrina Danielle Smith - J Reuben Long Detention Center

CONWAY, SC (WBTW) - A Conway mom was arrested over the weekend after police said she left three kids home alone for hours.

According to a Conway police report, Sabrina Danielle Smith, 23, left two 2-year-old's and an 11-month-old child home alone for nearly 3 hours on November 15.

A neighbor called a relative to report Smith and then police were notified, the report said.

Police later found Smith being treated at a local hospital. The doctor told officers Smith was in no shape to care for the children because she was highly intoxicated, the report said.

Smith was under the influence of cocaine, marijuana, and alcohol, the report said.

Smith was arrested the next day and is currently being held under a $30,000 bond at the J Reuben Long Detention Center.

She is charged with unlawful neglect of a child.

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