WEST BOUNTIFUL -- A family of four, along with three friends, is facing drug charges after officers found methamphetamine and heroin in their home.
Adult Probation & Parole officers and West Bountiful police went to the home to do a "residential check," said West Bountiful Detective Adam Osoro.
When they entered the home, there was a "bag of methamphetamine observed in plain view on the kitchen floor," along with "numerous other drug paraphernalia" seen throughout the house, according to a probable cause affidavit.
Officers got a search warrant and found heroin, more drug paraphernalia and prescription drugs.
They arrested and booked in Davis County Jail on Friday a mother, her three daughters and two friends who were in the home on charges of drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The seventh person was arrested but not booked in the jail because she is pregnant, Osoro said.
A child who was in the home was placed in the custody of the Division of Child and Family Services "because of the presence of drugs and the condition of the home," Osoro said.
Those booked in jail were Tamera McKee McEaneney, 52; Kimberly McEaneney, 28; Falicia McEaneney, 26; Angela McEaneney, 23; Kenneth Richard Cahoon, 38; and Ernest Steven Roush, 33.
The Davis County Attorney's Office is reviewing the case before filing formal charges in 2nd District Court.