Four children living in dirty hotel room with little food in Bridgeport, woman charged with child neglect
BRIDGEPORT, W.Va (WDTV) - A Clarksburg woman has been arrested after police say four children were living in a dirty hotel room with little food.
On March 10, police and CPS workers removed four children from a hotel room at Super 8 in Bridgeport, WV. Officials say an investigation revealed that one of the children, age 6, suffered a cut on his arm. It is unclear how the child received the cut, but police say there was no adult supervision at the time to prevent injury.
Officials say the children’s living conditions in the hotel room were deplorable. According to a CPS worker, there was discarded food, dirty diapers, and approximately 10 bags of overflowing trash bags on the floor. There was also a “foul odor in the room” and “very dirty bedsheets,” the complaint reads. The CPS worker also said she did not see an abundance of food in the room.
Sarah Elizabeth Nardo, 26, has been charged with child neglect resulting in injury. She is being held at North Central Regional Jail on a $25,000 bail.
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