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Kentucky deputies say a traffic stop of a trash-filled van led to the discovery of a newborn baby covered in ants.

Doctors treated the 16-day-old baby boy for dehydration and turned him over to social services, according to reports.

The article goes on to state the following:

The baby was with his mother, Rebeca Fultz, 32, of Livingston, Ky., and his grandmother, Charlotte Simpson, 69, of London, who were both arrested on multiple charges, including criminal abuse, Laurel County Sheriff John Root said.

According to the report, police pulled the van over and took the occupants out of the car, but did not see the baby. Simpson said she told police about the baby.

Laurel County Sheriff John Root said the newborns breathing was labored, he was wearing a soiled diaper and ants were crawling on him.

Simpson and Fultz were detained because both women were wanted on outstanding warrants.

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