Updated Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 10 a.m.
The Navarro County Sheriff's Office arrested a man and woman on multiple felony charges Monday, Nov. 4 after deputies responded to the FM 739 overpass in Angus where a person found a small child walking on the service road unattended.
Ryan Golightly, 32, and Brittany Harrison, 26, were arrested later that afternoon and booked into Navarro County Jail, each held on bonds totaling $51,000.
NCSO, with the assistance of Child Protective Services and Criminal Investigation Division investigators, were able to locate the child's residence as being in the 5700 block of S. I-45 West in Angus.
Officials learned two other children were inside the home and deputies obtained verbal consent to search the location.
Deputies found an indoor marijuana growing operation and deplorable living conditions.
The suspects were arrested for one count of abandon or endangering a child imminent danger, a state jail felony offense, and three counts of abandon or endangering a child, criminal negligence, a state jail felony offense. Both suspects were also charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession.