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‘Heavily intoxicated’ Georgia couple arrested after cops find them passed out drunk on Florida beach with no sign of their kids, aged 5 and 7, who wandered off to hotel pool

A Georgia couple has been arrested after police say they were found drunk on a Florida beach with their two young children running wild.

Alyssia Langley, 27, and her fiancé, Timothy Stephens, 27, were arrested and charged with child neglect. According to online arrest records, Stephens also faces charges of trying to elude police and having alcoholic beverages on the beach. Fox 35 News reported.

The sunburned couple was chilling outside along the beach on Saturday when deputies from the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office approached them, a moment captured in bodycam footage released by the department.

It reportedly took officers at least eight attempts to wake the highly intoxicated couple.

When they finally came to and were asked where their children were, the couple seemed clueless. The children, aged 5 and 7, were later found unattended but safe in the pool.

A Georgia couple passed out drunk on a beach in Daytona, Florida, when they were arrested for child negligence, police say

Timothy Stephens, 27, was arrested and charged with child neglect.  He also faces charges of attempted escape and alcoholic beverages on the beach, according to online arrest records

Alyssia Langley, 27, was arrested and charged with child neglect

Timothy Stephens, 27, and Alyssia Langley, 27, were arrested and charged with child neglect. Stephens also faces charges of attempted escape and alcoholic beverages on the beach, according to online arrest records

The bodycam footage shows how the officers try to wake the couple. One deputy shouts for them to “wake up” and identifies himself as a member of law enforcement.

Bodycam footage shows Stephens calling for the five- and seven-year-old when he finally comes to.

An open beer can was found near Stephens’ hand, as well as several empty beer cans and an empty bottle of whiskey in a cooler nearby, “and other miscellaneous, unsealed alcoholic beverages in the immediate area,” according to an arrest affidavit .

At one point, Langley tells officers that her children are “over there” as she points to the shoreline. A deputy follows Stephens into the waves as he searches for his children.

The bodycam footage shows how the officers try to wake the couple.  One deputy shouts for them to

The bodycam footage shows how the officers try to wake the couple. One deputy shouts for them to “wake up” and identifies himself as a member of law enforcement

A deputy follows Stephens into the waves as he searches for his children

A deputy follows Stephens into the waves as he searches for his children

Langley and Stephens are engaged, but according to the arrest affidavit, Stephens is not the biological father but the children’s legal guardian.

In one video obtained, a visibly agitated Langley is heard saying to her fiancé, “Who the hell is going to save us?”

She calls the police ‘d***heads’ and said the only one has been nice to the couple. She said they went to jail and her grandfather had to drive eight hours for the kids.

As officers told Langley to get into their car, Stephens fled in handcuffs. He only made it a few dozen yards while being chased by deputies before falling face first into the sand.

His bruises were clearly visible in his mugshot after his arrest.

In a video obtained by Fox 35 News, a visibly agitated Langley is heard saying to her fiancé,

In a video obtained by Fox 35 News, a visibly agitated Langley is heard saying to her fiancé, “Who the hell is going to save us?”

The couple is seen handcuffed on the beach by the officer before Stephens took off running

The couple is seen handcuffed on the beach by the officer before Stephens took off running

Stephens only made it a few dozen feet while being chased by deputies before falling face first into the sand

Stephens only made it a few dozen feet while being chased by deputies before falling face first into the sand

Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood shared his fears with Fox 35 Orlando.

“It just blows my mind that you would drive out here and get obliterated and let a 5-year-old and a 7-year-old wander around,” he said.

“When we question what we see, why children are the way they are, you have to take a step back and look at who is in charge.

And it’s clear that these two clowns shouldn’t be in charge of… they can’t be in charge of themselves, let alone a child of five or seven,” he said.