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Archive for Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Charges not yet filed in drug case at local day care

November 13, 2012

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The Children's Playpen, a daycare operated out of this home at 766 Lake St., was shut down by Kansas officials Oct. 25 after police found drugs at the home.

The Children's Playpen, a daycare operated out of this home at 766 Lake St., was shut down by Kansas officials Oct. 25 after police found drugs at the home.

No arrests have been made yet in connection with an October police drug raid of a North Lawrence day care.

On Oct. 24, Lawrence police searched a home at 766 Lake St., the location of the Children's Playpen group day care home.

Police discovered what they believed were drugs and drug paraphernalia at the day care, operated by Tiffany C. Hubbard.

According to a recently released police report, the home was searched on suspicion that the distribution of crack cocaine and marijuana was occurring on the property.

Police have said that Hubbard was the target of the investigation, but that any arrests or charges are pending testing of the suspected drugs.

On the day of the search, state officials issued an emergency order to close the day care, which received an annual license renewal Oct. 1.

The emergency shutdown order can be appealed to the secretary of KDHE.

Hubbard has no arrest or conviction record in Kansas, according to a KBI records search.

State records show that a complaint about the day care was made in March 2010, but further information about the nature of that complaint was not available.

Comments

nlf78 2 years, 1 month ago

Selling pot & crack from a home daycare, what is wrong with people?!?

Ace Cleaning 2 years, 1 month ago

The woman definitely has the entrepreneurial spirit.

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