She endangered her kid with sickeningly foul living conditions, yet she’s somehow avoiding jail Columbia Police Department

Wendy Lee Davis of Columbia, Ala. has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor child endangerment charge after police discovered living conditions at her home that were sickeningly foul.

The 33-year-old mother, police say, had drug paraphernalia laying around the house, while food was covered with maggots and flies. Worst of all, dog crap from seven six-week-old puppies was all over the floor of the mobile home.

Despite this, Davis received a one-year jail sentence that was suspended in exchange for two years of probation.

The Dothan Eagle reported that Davis’ attorney, Clay Wadsworth, announced his client pleaded “guilty to a single misdemeanor charge of endangering the welfare of a child” and that she “received a one-year sentence, which was suspended for two years of probation.”

Animal cruelty charges were also dismissed.

The mobile was cleaned up so the child could be returned there and apparently that has happened.

It is not clear how old the woman’s child is.

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