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Couple jailed on child neglect, methamphetamine charges

ZEPHYRHILLS — Deputies found Kristian Anderson and Brandon Campbell standing in the middle of the road, just before the sun came up Wednesday.

Both appeared to be in some sort of haze, a Pasco Sheriff's report states. Anderson, 22, asked deputies why they were there. They reminded her that she was the one who had called.

She said she didn't remember calling them. She couldn't remember picking up the 4-month-old girl she was holding, the deputies said.

Campbell said he and Anderson, his girlfriend, had been taking methamphetamines since 4:30 Tuesday afternoon. When deputies asked him what time he thought it was, he said "like 10 o'clock at night."

It was 5 a.m.

Anderson gave deputies written consent to search their house at 34622 Teakwood Ave., where they found several plastic bags that all tested positive for meth residue, according to a report.

They arrested Campbell and Anderson on charges of possession of meth and child neglect and both remained in the Land O'Lakes jail Thursday afternoon.

Campbell, who was also charged with having no valid driver license, had bail set at $10,250. Anderson's bail was $10,000.

Contact Alex Orlando at [email protected] or (727) 869-6247

Couple jailed on child neglect, methamphetamine charges 04/04/13 [Last modified: Thursday, April 4, 2013 8:01pm]
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