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12/18/07

Lubbock Couple Indicted for Child Endangerment

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff's Dept. Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff's Dept.

They were reportedly storing a fetus in the refrigerator and now Anthony Moya and Gloria Ramirez face up to fourteen years in prison if they are convicted.

Late Tuesday afternoon, a Lubbock County Grand Jury indicted the couple for child endangerment.

Back in July, authorities removed the couple's seven children from their house near 20th and Avenue L. Inside the house, police say the couple was storing a fetus inside a baby wipes box in the fridge. Ramirez had miscarried the baby.

Police also found piles of dirty diapers, rat feces, and moldy food. The children all had bug bites and appeared to be malnourished.

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