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Two facing drug possession, child neglect charges


August 28, 2016

A local deputy went to Buena Vista apartments to arrest a woman on a misdemeanor warrant. He ended up arresting two people who were then charged with drug possession and child neglect.

Just before noon on Friday, Aug. 19, Woods County Deputy Sheriff Adam Honeyman went to Buena Vista Apartments looking for Tiffany J. Littlejohn. She was charged with two misdemeanors of disturbing the peace and assault and battery. As he spoke to Littlejohn, Honeyman noticed an overwhelming odor of marijuana from the apartment, according to court files.

After placing Littlejohn in custody, Honeyman asked her about the odor, and she confirmed there was marijuana inside the apartment but did not give permission to search.

A search warrant was obtained and served at the apartment where officers found Lukas D. Hendricks and Littlejohn’s four children – two are 13, one is 10 and one is 5. Although it was a school day, none of the children had gone to school.

A search of the apartment revealed a clear plastic baggie of a large amount of a green leafy substance, several marijuana cigarette butts on the nightstand of the bedroom, two straws with residue and a clear plastic baggie containing a white crystal like substance. The green leafy substance field tested positive for marijuana, and the white crystal substance field tested positive for methamphetamine.

Hendricks was arrested. The Department of Human Services was contacted to assume custody of the children.

Tiffany Janeene Littlejohn, 29, of Alva has been charged with two felonies: (1) possession of controlled dangerous substance (CDS) in the presence of a minor and within 1,000 feet of a school and (2) child neglect. Her bond was set at $25,000.

Lukas Dale, Hendricks, 31, of Alva has been charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors. The felonies are possession of CDS in the presence of a minor and within 1,000 feet of a school and child neglect. The misdemeanors are possession of CDS and possession of paraphernalia. Hendricks’ bond was set at $20,000. He has posted an appearance bond.

The next court date for the two is Sept. 13 at 10 a.m.


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