6 Kids Removed From Boise Home Deemed Filthy and Dangerous
A Boise couple is behind bars after the Ada County Sheriff's Department deemed their home too "Filthy and Dangerous" for their six children to be living in. According to KTVB, the parents are 42-year-old Jamie P. Rose and 43-year-old Lawrence F. Rose and they were arrested on June 21st for felony injury charges to a child. They did both posted bond and were released immediately but an investigation started after someone alerted authorities as to how bad living conditions were for these kids.
The home is in the Lake Hazel Road/Seabreeze Way neighborhood and when detectives opened the door they were shocked to find this...
Trash, broken toys and dishes and furniture along with animal feces and just about anything and everything you could think of covered the entire home. There was a bathroom with only a toilet and busted up walls and a bottle of morphine sitting on the kitchen table easily accessible for any of the kids. The kids range from 4 to 14 and have been put into the custody of Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. The Idaho Humane Society removed all the pets.
Jamie and Lawrence Rose will face a judge on July 6th. Their alleged crimes could put them behind bars for up to 10 years.