RED BLUFF, Calif. -

A search for drugs at a Red Bluff residence ended with three young children being placed with Child Protective Services (CPS).

On Tuesday morning, investigators with the Tehama County Distric Attorney Bureau of Investigation and Agents with the Tehama Interagency Drug Enforcement Task Force searched a home for drugs.

At the home of Daisy Jean Bram and Jayme Jeff Walsh, investigators found 53 indoor marijuana plants along with 27.9 lbs. of processed marijuana and 21 hypodermic needles -- all with three young children in the house.

Bram and Walsh were arrested on felony child endangerment, possession of marijuana for sale, marijuana cultivation and violation of a court order.

The three children, whose age ranged between six months and two and a half years old, were placed with CPS.