Two mothers arrested after cops spot six children in most horrifying scene they’ve ever witnessed

Two Lyman, South Carolina moms get in trouble with the law… and here’s why! Child abuse was reported to authorities, so officers arrived at the Lyman home to find six children living in the most horrific conditions ever seen.

The report came to officers after a person saw six children wearing only diapers playing in the front yard of the property. While that would be bad enough, the six babies were left unattended.

After police completed their South Carolina residency investigation, they quickly arrested two mothers. Fallon Stowell, 27, and Logan Stowell, 26, are now behind bars after being charged with cruelty to children and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officers arrived at the property last Friday. And when they got to the farm, officials quickly found all six children. The little ones were all under five years old. And they played in diapers in the yard, as reported by the good Samaritan tipster.

Officers were stunned to find broken glass and pieces of mirrors scattered around the yard in the area where the little ones were playing. Three of the babies were in diapers. And her diapers were so dirty they were up to her knees like heavy packs of urine and feces.

The police did not hide the gruesome details of the child abuse in their official report.
Police spoke to the oldest child at the scene. He admitted his parents had left him on the property unsupervised, with the exception of his aunt Fallon Stowell. She was at home.

When police entered the property, they found Stowell asleep with a blanket pulled over him. After shaking her awake, Stowell told angry officers that she and her sister are single parents with three children each.

Police continued to search the home and quickly determined that it was not a safe place for children to live. Feces and garbage filled the place. They also found empty liquor bottles and other drug paraphernalia in the apartment. The Stowell sisters were quickly hit with charges. The house was absolutely unsuitable for raising children.

Because the Stowell sisters were charged and arrested, the six neglected babies were removed from their care and placed in emergency custody. The social welfare office is helping the children and responded to the scene when the police told them about the accumulation of rubbish and faeces in the house.

The two young single mothers are now being held at the Spartanburg County Detention Center until their court appearances in the New Year.
CrimeWatchDaily readers were upset by this horrific child neglect case. Taking care of six kids isn’t easy, but when the responsibility is thrown at you, you have to stand up and do your best. Living in a run-down house full of feces, garbage and empty liquor bottles is not acceptable to anyone, let alone a house with six children.

Hopefully these women will learn their lesson and be better with the children.
What do you think should happen to them in court? Two mothers arrested after cops spot six children in most horrifying scene they’ve ever witnessed

James Brien

James Brien is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. James Brien joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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