SLIDESHOW: Troup Co. home found in 'deplorable conditions' has been demolished

(Source: TCSO)
(Source: TCSO)
(Source: TCSO)
(Source: TCSO)

TROUP COUNTY, GA (WTVM) – A residence in Troup County that was found in deplorable conditions has been demolished, according to the Hogansville Police Department.

As a result of the conditions of the house, two parents and grandparents of a two-year-old and seven-month-old were arrested.

There were also 31 animals including cats, dogs, and a pot pig belly were taken from the property.

Brandi Pybus-McCoy, 41, 29-year-old Nicholas Luciano, 22-year-old Eamantha Crain and 22-year-old Zachariah McCoy were charged with two counts of cruelty to children in the first-degree, two counts cruelty to animals in the first degree and unlawful dumping of human waste.

"There was not adequate food, there was alcohol in reach of the children, there was an open five-gallon bucket of feces," said Police Chief Brian Harr.

The children are now in protective custody under DFACS.

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