A Casper couple facing felony child endangerment and drug possession charges have both waived their right to a preliminary hearing.

28-year-old Dionn Jobe and 28-year-old Shane Doyal are being held on three counts of child endangerment involving methamphetamine, one count of possession of methamphetamine and one count of possession of marijuana. Jobe faces an additional conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance charge.

According to court documents, Department of Criminal Investigation officials, after arresting Jobe in front of her home on April 4, discovered a syringe believed to be used for intravenous drug use near children inside the couple's residence at the Westshore Mobile Home Park.

After a search warrant was obtained, authorities say investigators found an additional three grams of methamphetamine and three ounces of marijuana inside the residence. Officials with the Casper Police Department say DCI investigators, while executing the search warrant, also found a device similar to a pipe bomb inside the home.

Jobe and Doyal are being held on $10,000 bond awaiting trial.