Two Adults and Child Found Living in Waste-filled Home

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Updated: 5/10/2013 11:32 pm
      Lawrenceburg Police have arrested and charged 24 year-old Anna G. Mauer and 24 year-old Michael W. Hutchens each with one count of Wanton Endangerment Second Degree, after they found the two and their 2 year-old child living in a waste-filled home.

     Police say an officer patrolling along Beth Lane Friday discovered the home from foul odor coming from the house.

     Police say they found piles of human and animal waste along with garbage throughout the home.

     Investigators say they even found a live rat living in the home as well.

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