CRANSTON, R.I. (WPRI) -- Three young children and seven sick dogs were rescued Monday during a drug raid at a Cranston home full of garbage, feces, and flies.
Narcotics detectives were investigating the Preston Drive home for alleged drug dealing when they discovered the house smelled so bad they needed to wear masks during the search.
According to a police report, officers found crack cocaine and a bottle of Vicodin inside the home.
Renick Noel Johnson, 27, and Arcangela M. Calamita, 26, are facing drug and child neglect charges.
Police said that Calamita's children, ages 9 years, 2 years, and 2 months old, were living inside the home which was caked with feces, garbage, and maggots.
Johnson and Calamita were ordered held without bail.
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