Casper Couple Faces Child Engangerment, Drug Possession Charges
A Casper couple faces felony child endangerment and drug possession charges after Department of Criminal Investigation officials found drugs and drug paraphernalia at the scene of a suspected pipe bomb scare.
28-year-old Dionn Jobe and her boyfriend 28-year-old Shane Doyal were charged with three counts of child endangerment involving methamphetamine, one count of possession of methamphetamine and one count of possession of marijuana on Thursday. Jobe faces an additional conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance charge.
Authorities say DCI investigators found Jobe outside of her residence and promptly arrested her on the conspiracy charge Thursday morning. When Jobe asked authorities to enter the home to check on one of the couple’s children, DCI agents found a loaded syringe inside the residence.
After obtaining a search warrant, authorities say they found an additional three grams of methamphetamine and three ounces of marijuana inside the home.
Jobe and Doyal are being held on $10,000 bond. If convicted, they face up to five years in prison on each felony charge.
A preliminary hearing will occur at a later date.
Authorities continue to investigate what prompted the evacuation of Westshore Mobile Home Park on Thrusday.