Phillip Alexander is in intensive care at a Dalton hospital, the newspaper reported.
Phillip Alexander was on a bed that “appeared to be extremely dirty,” officer Joshua Malone said.
Alexander had gauze bandages taped to his legs. The room was filled with cockroaches, and there were handheld plastic urinal receptacles that “had brown matter in them that appeared to be decomposing human waste,” Malone said.
Lisa Alexander’s daughter said her mother's arrest was unwarranted.
“There is no way that we neglected him,” said Bethany Alexander, who also lived in the house. “None of us did.”
GBI agent Greg Ramey said the investigation is ongoing.
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