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4 arrested after police find meth, kids in home

Joshua Nichols (Source: Randolph Co. Sheriff's Office) Joshua Nichols (Source: Randolph Co. Sheriff's Office)

In addition to find meth, marijuana and a variety of pipes and bongs, police say they also found two small children in a Pocahontas home.

On Wednesday Pocahontas police assisted probation/parole officers during a home visit in the 1400-block of W. Marr Street.

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