A Stover couple living in squalid conditions now faces criminal charges for putting people in danger. Abigail Blacketer and Lawrence Duarte were reportedly maintaining unsanitary living conditions that authorities believe posed a risk to life and health. The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office reports that the two were living in a travel trailer filled with so many cockroaches that the dishes in the sink appeared to be moving. The bugs covered the home and fell from the ceiling onto responding officers investigating the scene. The trailer also had no running water. The two allegedly ran water from a hose hooked to a neighbor’s home. Deputies say the couple was showering outside and physically removing waste from the toilet to dump outside. Both are charged with felony for endangering the welfare of a child and a misdemeanor for third-degree elder abuse. The endangering charge could yield a seven year prison term and a fine up to $10,000. The elder abuse charge carries a maximum sentence of a year behind bars and a possible $2,000 fine.