Greensburg (KDKA) — A couple in Greensburg is currently facing the dangers of some children and the crime of drugs.
Nicholas Shapely, 51, and Christine Meadows, 46, were in Westmoreland County Jail after Greensburg police found a specially-supported child and a teenager living in a state where police were speechless. I am in custody.
Officials told KDKA’s Ross Guidotti that Shapely had originally found the house in its condition after threatening the safety of the child.
Neighbor Jeremiah Glad is pleased to see something finally done about this situation.
“They just got out of here and I’m glad. Our block has been quiet since that day,” Grad said.
Police arrested Shapely for threatening to hit Meadows’ 13-year-old daughter.
“There was a threat from a man to a girl and he was trying to kill her with a hammer,” says Sean Denning, Greensburg police chief.
However, when police officers stepped into the apartment, physical abuse became one of the dangers of children.
“The condition inside the house is hard to live in. It was unsuitable for the children to be there. They didn’t have a bed. Her youngest was autistic and sometimes diapers outside with nothing on. It wasn’t supervised. It’s just a shame. It’s not the child’s fault. “
According to police, Meadows also had a significant amount of stimulants.
Secretary Denning told KDKA-TV that the children were safe and were with their relatives.
Greensburg couple facing the danger of a child, drug billing
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