3 charged after babies found in house with pot smoke, cops say

Three parents from Coweta County have been charged with reckless conduct after two babies were found in a room filled with marijuana smoke, authorities said.  

Newnan police officers found the 3-month-old children in a bedroom of a house on Spence Street where marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found, police said.

Mothers April Michelle Harris, 21, and Cierra Mingnion Williams, 21, and father Rashish Kwame Kimber, 27, were charged. Kimber also was charged with marijuana possession with intent to distribute, police said. 

Police contacted the state Division of Family and Children’s Services about the children. 

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