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3 women arrested after infants test positive for marijuana

Cheyenna Henderson, Source: JRLDC Cheyenna Henderson, Source: JRLDC
Sheena Lopez.  Source: JRLDC Sheena Lopez. Source: JRLDC
Shacha York.  Source: JRLDC Shacha York. Source: JRLDC

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Three women were arrested and booked into jail Friday morning after the South Carolina Department of Social Services reported to police that three infants tested positive for marijuana.

Cheyenna Dawn Henderson, 19, of Conway was booked into the J. Reuben Long Detention Center on the morning of October 23 and charged with unlawful neglect of a child, according to jail records.  On October 14, a DSS worker reported to Horry County Police that on August 28, a hair test was performed on the minor victim, and the results showed the presence of cannabinoids in the victim’s system, according to the police report. The DSS worker said Henderson’s boyfriend allegedly admitted to smoking marijuana, but does not reside at her residence.

Sheena Andre Lopez, 27, also of Conway, was also booked Friday morning on a charge of unlawful neglect of a child. The report states that the victim in this case was born on September 17, and through routine testing, tested positive for the presence of marijuana in his system. Lopez and the victim lived at the same address in Conway, according to the DSS worker who reported the test results to police.

Shacha Laderia York, 27, of Myrtle Beach, was arrested and booked at 8 a.m. Friday morning on one charge of unlawful neglect of a child. The SCDSS employee told police that the victim was born on September 26, and tested positive for the presence of cannabinoids in her system, as part of a routine test. York and the victim lived at the same address in Myrtle Beach, according to the report.

All three women turned themselves in at the J. Reuben Long Detention Center Friday morning, according to reports.

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