Vinemont woman charged after meth, syringes found in home with 3 small children


Angela Simpers (Cullman County Sheriff’s Office)

VINEMONT – A Vinemont woman was arrested Tuesday and charged with three counts of chemical endangerment of a child after authorities allegedly found methamphetamine and syringes in a home where three small children were present.

Investigators with the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) arrested Angela Michelle Simpers, 29, following an investigation with the Cullman County Department of Human Resources.

A media release from the CCSO stated that methamphetamine was being used by the offender within the residence in the presence of the children: “During the course of the investigation it was confirmed that methamphetamine and syringes were present within the residence and being used around the children.”

The three children in the residence are all younger than 10-years-old. 

“As sheriff our children will always be a top priority. This is a good example of agencies working together to protect our most valuable resource,” said Sheriff Matt Gentry.

Simpers remains in the Cullman County Detention Center on a $30,000 bond.

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