Huntsville, TN (2017-05-16) A domestic dispute between a Winfield couple led to drug and child endangerment charges against them.
Dustin Shane Lloyd, age 26, and Kimberly Dean Foster, age 27, both of Winfield were arrested last Friday after the couple allegedly got into an argument over the couple’s 7-month-old child. According to an arrest warrant filed by Deputy Chris Russell of the Scott County Sheriff’s Department, authorities found a variety of drugs and drug paraphernalia in the home.
According to Russell, authorities found multiple marijuana ‘roaches’, marijuana seeds, and half an ounce of marijuana, along with one, 15mg Oxycodone inside the home. They also allegedly found a host of drug paraphernalia, including scales, multiple pipes, a pair of grinders, and small baggies—all of which was reportedly found in the same bedroom where the child slept.
During the course of the investigation, Lloyd and Foster both reportedly admitted to smoking pot. Foster also allegedly told officers that Lloyd had been selling the illegal weed.
When officers first arrived, the couple was reportedly arguing outside the house. After being separated, Lloyd claimed that authorities would find meth inside the house. Foster denied the allegations, but gave authorities consent to search. Sgt. Danny Phillips and Russell reportedly searched the home, but did not find any meth.
Lloyd and Foster were each charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance (Oxycodone), possession of marijuana (a schedule VI controlled substance) for resale, possession of drug paraphernalia, and child endangerment.