GEORGE COUNTY, Miss.–Not only were three children living in horrible conditions in a George County home, but their dad is being accused of dealing Spice from the trunk of his car. The bust went down this week after the sheriff’s department got an anonymous tip.
Deputies, acting on that tip, went to the home of Donald and Kay Cantor, Monday afternoon. The sergeant who supervised the case told media that the smell in the house was so bad that she had to conduct the initial interviews outside.
The first person she met was the dad, Donald Cantor, who told her there were kids in the house, ages six months, 3 and 5. The mom came out holding the baby.
This is from a news release from the sheriff’s dept.:
Upon seeing the condition of the baby, the officer immediately contacted DHS, who arrived within minutes. At that point it was determined by the DHS representative the children needed to be taken to the hospital where they were to be check out. The parents and children were transported to the George Regional Hospital. Due to the condition of the children, it was determined the children would be removed and placed in the care of an extended family member.
It was later that night when deputies got another tip, this time that Cantor was driving around with Spice, synthetic pot, in his trunk.
They pulled him over and say he was acting as if he were high and had over 100 packs of Spice, worth about $2,000.
Both parents were charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, in addition to several charges against the dad, which include dealing Spice.