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Four armed police officers stormed a Westwood home Sunday and discovered numerous marijuana plants growing inside a baby's bedroom closet.
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CINCINNATI -- Four armed police officers stormed a Westwood home Sunday and discovered numerous marijuana plants growing inside a baby's bedroom closet.
The incident happened at a residence in the 2600 block of Mignon Avenue.
Officers forced their way into the residence to recover evidence and found the child.
Police arrested Shamelah Wisedom, 20, and charged her with one count of endangering children.
Court documents accuse Wisedom of knowingly allowing her 8-month-old daughter to live in the home where marijuana was being grown.
Police also said the home contained hazardous chemicals and rigged electrical work.
Wisedom was arraigned at 9 a.m.
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