‘Hoarders’ nightmare discovered on Beth Drive

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Couple arrested, children removed from trash, feces-filled home

By Ben Carlson

Used toilet paper piled several feet high around a toilet.
Several inches of what appeared to be animal feces in the kitchen sink and literally coating the kitchen counters.
Trash, including expired food items dating back to 2009, piled waste high in nearly every room of the house.
Live and dead animals, including what appeared to be a decomposing cat.
Those are just a sample of what police found last Friday morning when an officer made a safety check at 104 Beth Drive.

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