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Top Left: Christopher Lewis, Top Middle: Neiya Rawlerson, Top Right: Rodney Saunders, Bottom Left: Senya Saunders, Bottom Right: Somer Pugh

Philadelphia, PA– A couple in custody for possession of narcotics astounded officers when they found the suspects’ adolescent children in a hotel with drug-filled backpacks.

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Rodney and Senya Saunders were arrested along with 3 others, and police have confiscated 9080 grams of marijuana with a street value of $90,800 as well as $10,476 in cash.  The two children are now in the custody of the Department of Human Services while the five people charged remain in police custody, NBC reports.

“We stopped everyone, searched them for everyone’s protection and we were astonished to find in the backpacks of these very young juveniles a total of seven pounds of marijuana,” said Scott Small, Chief Inspector of the Philadelphia Police.

Read more at NBCphiladelphia.com

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