April 18, 2014

Three arrested for drug activity at motel


A small play tent with a 7-year-old child sleeping inside laid in the floor of a London motel room early Wednesday morning. Beside the tent — within arm’s reach of the child — were uncapped, used syringes. What might have happened, or could have happened, remains unknown.

However, all three adults found in the motel room are now incarcerated on drug-related charges and endangering a  child.

A complaint of drug activity sent Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputies Shawn Boroviak and Mikey Ashurst and Sgt. Brett Reeves to the motel room around 4:45 a.m. When they entered the room, they saw the tent in the floor nearby the syringes.

Arrested were 29-year-old Raymond Eggers of New Salem Road in London, 28-year-old Savannah Hill and 51-year-old Sally Hill, both of East Pittsburg Church Road in London — all charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of a child.

Savannah Hill was also charged on a Pulaski County warrant for failure to appear in court on numerous traffic charges.

Social Services was called to the scene and took custody of the child, who was then released to his father.

No information was available on Eggers’ bond, but Sally Hill was held under a $2,500 surety bond. Savannah Hill was held under the same bond for the current charge and under a $5,000 bond at 10 percent on the Pulaski County case.

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