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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say they have arrested a man and a woman for placing the lives of children in danger.
According to arrest reports, 27-year-old William Logsdon and 25-year-old Stacy Hurt walked into a CVS Pharmacy store, "obviously high" on Tuesday afternoon. Police say they had slurred speech and had trouble standing up.
While there, they allegedly tried to steal some gum. When confronted about it, they allegedly told the store clerk that the gum was for "the children."
Police were called, but by the time officers got there, Logsdon and Hurt were gone.
A short time later, Hurt returned to the pharmacy and allegedly tried to purchase a hypodermic needle and a syringe.
Police stopped Hurt as she was trying to cross the street.
Officers took Hurt to Logsdon's home on 32nd St., near Northwestern Pkwy. When they arrived, Logsdon invited them in.
"Once inside, officers observed, in plain sight, a hypodermic syringe an needle on the bathroom vanity," police say.
After obtaining written permission to search the home, police also allegedly found several needles in various places in the house, as well as drug paraphernalia, "all in reach of children."
Child Protective Services was notified, according to the arrest reports.
Logsdon and Hurt were both charged with criminal abuse of a child, wanton endangerment and possession of a controlled substance, police say.