Clarksville Police arrested three adults with Child Abuse/ Neglect after responding to a residence where children were found to be living in deplorable conditions.
On Thursday afternoon, police were called to perform a welfare check at 1812 Apex Drive after receiving a 911 call about a residence which was filthy, packed with trash, and children were seen at the house.
After given permission to enter the residence, the responding officers reported there was a strong smell of urine inside the house along trash everywhere.
The officer also reported dirty dishes were piled high in the kitchen with even more trash and clutter and that four children were unsupervised and surrounded in trash.
Additionally, officers say a fifteen year old disabled child, who is confined to a wheel chair, had no pathway to be able to move around.
D-C-S was contacted and responded immediately and the house was determined to be in a state of Environmental Neglect.
Police say the children were removed from the residence and placed into state custody or with another family member.
Police charged William Suttles, Donna Suttles and Tricia Guerra with Child Abuse/ Neglect and was booked into the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
Tricia Guerra is the mother to four of the victims, while William and Donna Suttles are the parents to the 15 yr old child.