Rock Hill, SC — A South Carolina couple have been arrested and charged with meth possession, manufacturing and child abuse charges while out on bond for previous meth and child abuse charges.
David Manny Henson Jr., 38, and his then girlfriend, 42-year-old Bobbi Jo Wulf, were arrested last year after police found liquid meth, marijuana, and a meth lab in the home they shared.
Henson was charged with manufacturing and trafficking meth, and possession of a firearm. Wulf, who was 6-months pregnant at the time, was charged with exposing a child to manufacturing meth.
But you can’t keep a good meth-head down it seems, and on Tuesday, the couple were arrested again after police acted on a tip and found an active meth lab in their home, along with the couple’s now 7-month-old baby.
The reports say that there wasn’t just a meth lab, but also clear evidence that meth was being used in the home. The 7-month-old was taken into emergency custody because of the hazardous chemical smell emanating from the meth making and taken to the hospital to be checked out.
“You want to do what’s right by the kid because the children don’t have a choice in the matter,” Lieutenant Mike Ligon explained. “They can’t just get up and walk up. Ultimately they’re at the mercy of the parents.”
Exactly. They could drop this baby off in the woods to be raised by a pack of wolves and it would fair a better chance at living a productive life than if they ever give it back to these two morons.Tags: Bobbi Jo Wulf, Child Abuse, Crime, David Henson, Drugs, meth, South Carolina