(Update: 6/10/16 10:34 a.m.) — Claudie Dertinger is scheduled to appear fora counsel status hearing June 15, 2016, at 9 a.m. in Marshall. Tresler’s court date still remains set for June 22, 2016.
MARSHALL, Mo. – A Marshall man and woman have been charged with two counts each of child endangerment.
Two children have been removed from the home shared by Fredrick Wayne Tresler, 29, and Claudie Yvonne Dertinger, 32.
According to a probable cause report, a child was found outside May 16, 2016, at approximately 6:20 a.m., lying on a curb in the rain. Two officers from the Marshall Police Department made contact with Tresler and Dertinger, who are parents of the child.
The report indicates these subjects also had a one-year-old child living in the residence. The two children had previously been removed from the home due to the living conditions of the houes being too dirty to live in. The probable cause statement indicates trash, dog feces, and other numerous items were found in the house, and there was not a single area of the residence that was not covered with trash or a mess.
The parents advised the officer they watched their son walk to the bus stop that morning and thought it was 6:50 a.m. when he went to the stop. A neighbor indicated he saw the child that morning at 6 a.m. when he arrived home from work.
The two subjects were placed under arrest for endangering the welfare of a child, not only for the child at the bus stop, but also due to the house being in such a shape it was unsafe and endangering the welfare of their one-year-old.
Tresler is free after posting a $2,500 bond, Dertinger remains in custody with the same bond.