Deputies charged a woman from Wayne County and a woman from Ontario County with having crack cocaine and marijuana and in the presence of a minor.

Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies charged a woman from Wayne County and a woman from Ontario County with having crack cocaine and marijuana and in the presence of a minor.

Arrested were Lissane R. Livingston, 25, of the town of Savannah, and Zenovia Q. Mills, 35, of Geneva. The two were charged following a search warrant executed on a residence in Savannah.

According to deputies, Wayne County Probation had an arrest warrant for Livingston’s boyfriend Adam Thomas for a separate incident. While arresting Thomas narcotics were observed in the residence. Following a search warrant a search of the Thomas/Livingston residence found more than an ounce of crack cocaine and marijuana in the presence of a minor.

Subsequently, Livingston was charged with two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marihuana, and endangering the welfare of a child.

Mills was also found to be in possession of crack cocaine in the presence of a minor. She was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child.

Livingston and her boyfriend, Thomas, were the subject of an investigation on June 6, 2018, where they were both charged with multiple felony narcotic charges and are currently out on bail from those charges, according to deputies.

Livingston was arraigned in the Town of Savannah Court and sent to the Wayne County Jail on $2,500.00 cash or $5,000.00 insurance bond. Mills was also arraigned and sent to the Wayne County Jail on $1,000.00 cash or $2,000.00 insurance bond. Both will return to the Town of Savannah Court on July 23, 2018, for a preliminary hearing.