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Police: Minors Find Pot Inside Woman's Home, Smoke it

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FELTON, Del.- Harrington police say they have arrested a woman after three minors apparently found marijuana inside her bedroom and later smoked it at another location.  

Police said that on June 10 officers responded to an apparent drug overdose by a minor on the 100 block of Dorman Street. Officers said that when they arrived, they were able to determine that the minors were all smoking marijuana inside the home at the time of the overdose.

As the investigation continued and interviews were conducted, officers said they learned that 37-year-old Shannon M. Anderson, of Felton, was the mother of one of the minors and that the minors obtained the marijuana and paraphernalia from Anderson’s bedroom at her home in Felton.

Officers got a warrant for Anderson charging her with possession of marijuana and three counts of endangering the welfare of a child. On Sunday, she turned herself in to the Harrington Police Department and was arraigned via video phone at Justice of the Peace Court 7. She was released on $1,200 unsecured bond. 



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