SABINE COUNTY, TX (KTRE) - Deputies with the Sabine County Sheriff's Office arrested a man and woman on felony child endangerment charges on Nov. 18 in connection to allegations that two children who live in their home tested positive for methamphetamine.
Rachel Grigg and Kory Kenneth Lyons, both of Hemphill, were both arrested and booked into the Sabine County Jail. Each person was charged with felony child endangerment.
According to arrest affidavit East Texas News obtained on Wednesday, the Sabine County Sheriff's office received a report from Child Protective Services that stated that two children tested positive for meth on Nov. 11.
The affidavit stated that the two children had been living with Grigg, their mother, and Lyons at a home on Clara Lane in Hemphill.
CPS officials did drug screenings on Grigg and Lyon on Nov. 5. Grigg tested positive for amphetamine, meth, and marijuana, and Lyons tested positive for amphetamine and meth.
The Sabine County Sheriff's Office requested and obtained arrest warrants for Grigg and Lyons on Nov. 18.