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CrimeDearborn County couple charged with making, dealing steroids after lab found in home

21:25  12 june  2019
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Police Remove Barricaded Suspect From Home In Dearborn

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Not long after police visited the home Sunday, the children were taken to medical centers for treatment and the parents were taken into custody. David Turpin also has been charged with committing a lewd act against a child using force, fear or duress.

A Dearborn couple is facing multiple counts of child abuse in connection to the non-fatal shootings of two young children while operating a non-licensed daycare. They have been removed from the home and have been placed with relatives. Timothy Eubanks has been charged with six counts of second

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A couple was arrested and charged after a package filled with chemicals to make steroids led police to a home lab in Dearborn County.

Police said Nicholas and Cori Gilbertson were charged with seven counts of dealing/manufacturing anabolic steroids, possession of legend drug and maintaining a common nuisance.

The charges come after an investigation led to the discovery of a lab hidden behind a bookcase in the couple's home.

Police said Indiana State Troopers were contacted after Homeland Security discovered a package set to be delivered to a house in Greater Cincinnati was full of chemicals used to make steroids.

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- A Michigan couple are charged connection with the shooting of two 3-year-old children at an The daycare is run by Tim and Samantha Eubanks at their home in the 3600 block of Harding Street on Dearborn police found several weapons inside the home where the Eubanks operated the daycare.

Law enforcement conducted a controlled delivery of the package to the home on the shipping label.

The resident of the home said he was paid to receive packages for the couple and deliver them to their home near the couple's work in Fairfield.

Police went to the Gilberton's house where they discovered the lab hidden behind a bookcase. The lab contained numerous chemicals, solvents, scales, and vials to make steroids.

Police said an investigation revealed the couple had been making and selling the drugs for over a year and a half. Payment had been made to the couple through Bitcoin.

Police seized about 1,200 vials of steroids and 25,000 pills or capsules waiting to be packaged.

The couple's bond was set at $12,500 each. Their next court date is set for Aug. 13.

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