VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - Dawn Timko was charged Thursday with five felonies, the samecharges brought against her husband, Kevin Timko, on Wednesday.
The charges for each include child molestation, childexploitation, and criminal deviate conduct, all felonies.
Officials say Kevin and Dawn Timko would drug the girls andmolest them at their home while babysitting them.
The acts, they say, were video taped and recorded onto DVD.
Police say the victims' mother initially thought her daughterswere safe with the Timkos because they were family friends.
"Initially there was a report to the West Terre Haute PoliceDepartment from the mother of the victims, and that led to afull-fledged investigation," Vigo County Chief Deputy ProsecutorRob Roberts said.
Kevin Timko is being held on $100,000 bond with no 10 percentallowed.
Dawn Timko is being held on $75,000 bond with no 10 percentallowed.
If convicted, each could face up to 108 years in prison.
They're both due back in court Monday.
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