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Courtesy: Tulsa County Jail

TULSA, Okla. – A Tulsa mother has been arrested after authorities say the house she lived in with her children was a hazard to their health.

On Thursday, 38-year-old Kodi Faircloth was arrested for child neglect and providing her children with inadequate shelter.

According to Tulsa World, Faircloth and four of her children were found living in a house of filth.

Court documents allege that the home had no running water and there was what appeared to be human fecal matter in the bathroom and the corner of one room.

Also, investigators allegedly found methamphetamine buried in the backyard.

Detectives told the Tulsa World that Faircloth has 12 children and is pregnant with another.

However, only four of her children were found living in the home.

Those children were placed in DHS custody.

According to the newspaper, there have been at least 33 DHS referrals and investigations into Faircloth.

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