“There were a lot of bugs in the house,” the affidavit says. “There was water all over the kitchen floor and the refrigerator had hot sauce spilled all over. There was not much foot at all and the food that was in there looked like it was no longer edible. The kitchen sink was also full of water and it had a few dishes in it. The floor your shoes stuck to it as you walked through. There were dog feces about the floor and there was standing water in the basement.”
The affidavit states there was no trash pick up at the home.
“There was trash piled outside the house as well as some inside,” the affidavit says.
Authorities spoke with Keeler on Aug. 9 and she allegedly admitted to the conditions of her house, the affidavit says. She told officials she no longer lives there, but she was arrested and processed on the endangering charge.
No new court date was set in the case, online records indicate.