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COPS: Filthy London, KY home leads to arrest of mom

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LONDON, KY (WAVE) -

A Laurel County mother is in jail accused of neglect after her five children are found living in filth.

April Cathers was arrested after police were called to her home in London.

Investigators say the house was filthy, and sewage was coming into the home from a pipe in the only bathroom.

Cathers told police the entire family slept on two couches and a chair.

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