Woman accused of endangering welfare of her daughter

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – A Bowling Green woman is accused of endangering the welfare of her teen daughter after police said they found methamphetamine inside their Angora Court home.

Brittany Duraski, 32, 1135-A Angora Court, was charged Friday with endangering the welfare of a minor, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after police were called to the home for a welfare check.

When police entered the home, they found two cut straws with a clear residue believed to be meth on a bedside table, according to her arrest citation. Police also found numerous pills suspected to be gabapentin, along with glass pipe with a white residue in it.

Police described Duraski as sweating profusely, unable to stand still, agitated, excited and animated, according to her citation.

Due to her behavior and what police found in the home, an officer thought she was a danger to her daughter’s welfare. According to her arrest citation. Police released the teen to the care of a relative.

Duraski was lodged in the Warren County Regional Jail.