According to the WV State Police Department, a grandmother is believed to have exposed two children to meth.
A criminal complaint against Jonda Grandoni states that police executed a search warrant on an address in the Winfield area and found materials used to make meth along with two other adults and two children.
Grandoni, Jennifer Serls and Kira Harrold were found in the house with a two-year-old and a six-year-old.
As police searched the home, they witnessed Harrold hiding items in couch cushions and discovered what is suspected to be meth.
Police also found $342 in small bills and meth making materials in the home.
While police were searching the home, Grandoni's boyfriend Dale Burford arrived at the residence and was also taken into custody.
Police arrested Grandoni, Harrold and Burford.
At the Winfield detachment of the state police, Grandoni was seen dropping ten baggies of a white substance and a glass pipe into a trash can.
The children were taken to CAMC for an exam and then released into the custody of their mother.
According to police, Grandoni admitted to them that she had sold meth to close friends.
Grandoni, Harrold and Burford were all arrested and charged with multiple drug charges.