Deputies: Mother, daughter sold heroin from day care
ARCADIA, N.Y. (WHAM) - A mother and daughter from Wayne County are facing charges after deputies said the duo sold heroin out of their home day care.
Erin Siler, 34, and Sheila Detaeye (Siler), 52, were arrested following a two-month-long investigation, according to Wayne County sheriff's deputies.
The pair allegedly sold heroin to undercover officers at their residence on Zurich Norris Road on three different occasions.
During one of the instances, authorities say children were present.
Neighbor Richard Westcott says the daycare didn't have many kids inside, but he'd see some outside from time to time.
"Sometimes you can hear them in the afternoon playing and once in a while they'd go on little marches down the road," Westcott said.
Their home day care is named Erin Siler's Daycare. Westcott says the business was open for about two years.
"In a way, it didn't surprise me," Westcott said. "There's a lot of traffic going in and out. The daytime, the nighttime. It seems like the lights were on all the time. It didn't seem natural in that regard."
No one answered the door.
Both suspects are in jail on several charges including criminal sale of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a controlled substance, and conspiracy.