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This undated photo provided by Pennsylvania State Police shows Robert Geschke. Pennsylvania State police are searching Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, for Geschke and Jennifer Thompson, who both face child endangerment and related charges. The police say the 30-year-old Pennsylvania man forced Thompson's young son to provide urine which the man twice used to pass drug tests. (Photo: Pennsylvania State Police via AP)

A Greensburg man allegedly had an 8-year-old boy twice provide him with urine so he could pass a drug test, according to child endangerment allegations filed Wednesday.

State police allege in court papers that Jennifer Eliza Thompson, 30, helped the boy fulfill the request of her boyfriend, Robert Paul Geschke, 30.

Police are looking for the pair, who they said have no permanent address and are known to be transient.

Both face charges of child endangerment, corruption of minors and harassment.

In court papers, police described three children living in a fearful environment at a New Alexandria Road apartment with Geschke, who allegedly used heroin in front of the boy multiple times between December and March.

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