By Associated Press - Friday, April 17, 2015

SEATTLE (AP) - A federal grand jury has indicted a south Seattle man and a Maple Valley couple in connection with two separate hash oil manufacturing operations.

The U.S. Attorney’s office in Seattle says all three put children at risk by exposing them to explosive solvents used in the operations.

Jesse Russell Davisson was charged with endangering human life while manufacturing a controlled substance. Police went to his home in July to check on three children living there and say they found a hash oil operation in his basement.

In a second case, Joshua Matthew Mauk and Deborah Elizabeth Brechler were charged with making hash oil and marijuana. Officials say they operated a business called “Home Blown Concentrates.” Police say their hash oil lab was located under the bedroom where two young children slept.

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