Police said they found dirty diapers in drawers, moldy food and bugs throughout the house.
The state Department of Children and Families is investigating in Middletown after police said they found children living in unsanitary conditions and a man with a criminal record watching porn in the presence of a child.
Police and members of the SWAT team went to an apartment at 72 Grand Street on Tuesday with search and seizure warrants after receiving reports that Jason Manns Sr., 35, was living in an apartment there with his girlfriend and selling drugs, police said.
Police searched the home and said garbage, food and dirty diapers were scattered in a bedroom and in drawers of the dresser and nightstand.
In a bedroom, they said Manns and another person were watching pornography in the presence of a juvenile.
On the floor near the bed was an open bag of cocaine, police said.
They also found moldy food and bugs throughout the residence.
Police said there have been complaints since May 2010 that Manns has been selling crack cocaine at residences in Middletown.
On June 15, 2010, Manns was arrested, charged with drug violations and risk of injury and incarcerated, according to police.
He was sentenced to seven years in prison, with all seven years suspended, and three years of probation.
In 2011, police again began receiving reports that Manns was selling crack, police said.
He told officers that he stopped selling drugs for six months after he was arrested in 2010, but started again and did not have crack at the house at the time of the recent search because he had sold it all, police said.
Manns was charged with five counts of risk of injury to a child, possession of controlled substances near a school and possession of drug paraphernalia near a school.
He is due in court on Sept. 26.