RUSSELLVILLE — A Franklin County woman remains in jail after deputies discovered dirty diapers, used toilet paper, animal feces and spray cans of paint used for “huffing” in the apartment with her 2-year-old daughter, officials said.
Franklin County Sheriff Shannon Oliver said Christy Hallman, 25, 514 Van Buren St., Southwest, Apartment 1, Russellville, was arrested and charged with felony chemical endangerment of a child and misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child.
Jail officials said Hallman is being held in the Franklin County Jail without bail.
Oliver said two other women, a 35-year-old from Russellville and a 30-year-old from Phil Campbell, were at the residence and each was charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
The sheriff said the arrests were made late last week when deputies went to Hallman’s residence looking for Percy “Bud Earl” King, 36, 178 Alvin Baker Road, Phil Campbell, who had escaped from a court-ordered drug rehabilitation facility in South Alabama about three months ago. He is being held without bail at this time.
Authorities said the Franklin County Department of Human Resources was contacted and took custody of the child.