MARION COUNTY MEN FACING MORE CHARGES
They got law enforcement's attention when they were suspected of illegal poaching, but Fish and Wildlife Officers say it was what they found in their house that was shocking.
Philip Michael Sheridan and his son Michael Scott Sheridan were arrested just a few weeks ago for charges stemming from this discovery.
FWC officers say two children and their mother were also staying in these horrible conditions.
There were roaches covering the floors, loaded guns strewn about the house, and bags of narcotics and drug paraphenalia in the home.
Troy Starling with Florida Fish and Wildlife says, "I was speechless. I've never been in a place that was that dirty. "
Michael Sheridan is also facing several charges in Putnam county.
by Sarah Pusateri WCJB TV 20 News
The two men are expected to be arrested again soon. This time for taking deer over a closed season, possession of antlerless deer,and unsafe storage of firearms.
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