After conducting three controlled drug buys from a mom, Racine Police searched her house and turned up a small amount of marijuana.

Charlotte Delray, 31, sold cocaine and marijuana to an individual cooperating with the police in October 2016. Three times she did this, twice selling cocaine and once selling marijuana. In total she sold less than a gram of cocaine and less than 3 grams of marijuana, according to a criminal complaint.

Because of these transactions, investigators got a search warrant for Delray’s home and executed it Nov. 3.

Delray had pit bulls and children at her home. So officers stopped her at a traffic stop prior to the search. She told them where to find marijuana and a scale in her home, though she initially denied selling drugs out of her home, according to a criminal complaint.

She later admitted to selling cocaine and marijuana out of her home. Human Services workers took Delray’s three children because the controlled substances were accessible to the children within the residence.

Delray was not arrested for the crimes until April 18. She is charged with three counts of 2nd degree recklessly endangering safety, possession of drug paraphernalia, maintaining a drug trafficking place, possession of THC with intent to sell, two counts of delivering marijuana and one count of delivering cocaine.