Oklahoma mom arrested after kids, including infant and toddler, found living in 'deplorable' conditions
KFOR / Rogers County
Jocalene Haskins

By Katrina Butcher, KFOR

CLAREMORE, Okla. -- (KFOR) -- A mother was arrested after her children were found living in “deplorable” conditions at a home in Claremore.

Last week, police arrested 23-year-old Jocalene Haskins on a felony warrant out of Tulsa County following an investigation between DHS and Claremore police. DHS was investigating a child welfare case against Haskins and the possible drug use around her children.

When officers arrived at the home, they found cockroaches, bed bugs and “biological matter” on the floor. An infant, a 3-year-old, a 5-year-old and a teen were at the home when officers arrived. All four of them were relocated by DHS and Haskins was arrested.

“There were allegations of drug use in front of these small children, there’s allegations of drugs just being out and about where children might be able to get them,” said Claremore Police Deputy Chief Steve Cox.

FULL STORY: Oklahoma mother arrested after children found living in “deplorable” conditions - KFOR

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