Police: Couple’s home filled with feces
by Rachel Gray
March 07, 2014 12:00 AM | 2015 views | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Robert Veazey
Robert Veazey
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Sarah Veazey
Sarah Veazey
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MARIETTA — A Marietta couple was arrested Sunday evening in what Cobb Police describe as a home filled with animal feces, vermin, human waste and piles of clutter.

Robert and Sarah Veazey lived with their 6-year-old daughter, 12 cats and two dogs, on Favor Road off Windy Hill Road in south Cobb.

“The animals were allowed to defecate inside the residence, there is no running water …so that the bathroom facilities are not in working condition and have not been that way for more than 30 days,” the warrant said.

The warrant said rodents were heard in the ceilings and feces was found in several rooms, including next to the floor where the daughter slept on a mattress.

“The floor has been saturated to the point that is unstable in many locations,” the warrant said. “There are items stored throughout the residence so that the kitchen is not in use and the only means of getting from one point to another is a small patch from room to room.”

Both the Veazeys face a felony charge each of child cruelty in the first degree. They each were given a $10,000 bond, but remain in the Cobb jail.

Their child is in protective custody with Division of Family and Children Services.

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