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Lawrenceburg Police arrest four people on sex abuse charges

Marieta Evon Cody (source: Lawrenceburg Police) Marieta Evon Cody (source: Lawrenceburg Police)
Nicholas Lee Daniels (source: Lawrenceburg Police) Nicholas Lee Daniels (source: Lawrenceburg Police)
Tabitha Jane Sims (source: Lawrenceburg Police) Tabitha Jane Sims (source: Lawrenceburg Police)

Four people were arrested charged with sexual abuse of two children.

On August 29th, 2011, investigators with the Lawrenceburg Police Department arrested three adults and one juvenile on child abuse charges. Police Reports indicated that a five-year-old little girl and her four-year-old brother were physically abused at a Lawrenceburg home on Saturday, August 27th

A video tape of the abuse was seized by police officials, and a subsequent search warrant was obtained and executed on the residence, where the abuse occurred.

Police arrested 30-year-old Marietta E. Cody, 25-year-old Tabitha Jane Sims, and 23-year-old Nicholas Lee Daniels and a juvenile. All four were charged with two counts each of sexual abuse.

The three adults were taken to the Lawrence County Jail in Tennessee. They are set to appear in court on October 6th.

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