CINCINNATI -- A mother of two young girls is facing accusations she threated to kill a police officer and a case worker with Hamilton County Job and Family Services.
The pair were visiting the woman's apartment on Casey Drive in Northside Tuesday to check in on her kids. It turned out there was good reason for that, as Cincinnati Police say they found the two children living in filth.
Police say the home that her two daughters, ages 3 and 1, were living in was in "deplorable condition."
In addition, 22-year-old Jessica Jackson allegedly made the threats to shoot and kill the officer and case worker during the welfare check
She's scheduled for an afternoon arraignment, and as of Wednesday morning, is still locked up.