PRINCETON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A Princeton, Texas couple has been arrested and charged with abandoning or endangering a child and two counts of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence after Collin County deputies found their one-week old baby dead in a bucket of tar in a shed behind their home.

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office said on Saturday, August 8, deputies were dispatched to a home in the 9100 block of Highridge Road in Princeton, regarding the possibility of an unreported death of an infant.

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Later that morning, investigators located and interviewed the child’s parents, identified as 42-year-old Roland Grabowski and 41-year-old Donna Grabowski.

Roland Grabowski and Donna Grabowski (Collin Co. Sheriff’s Office)

They initially declined to cooperate with investigators.

A subsequent investigation by deputies resulted in the arrest of the Grabowski’s for Abandoning or Endangering a Child, a 2nd degree felony.

After their arrest, the Grabowski’s made a statement to investigators advising that on or around July 29, they awoke to find their one week old baby, Micah Grabowski, deceased in their bed.

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The Grabowski’s confessed that they failed to notify or report the death to any law enforcement agency.

Investigators obtained and executed a search warrant at the home, where they found the body of Micah Grabowski submerged in a bucket of tar in a shed behind the home.

Roland Grabowski has been charged with Abandoning or Endangering a Child, Abuse of Corpse and Tampering With or Fabricating Physical Evidence and is being held in the Collin County Detention Facility on an $925,000 bond.

Donna Grabowski is charged with Abandoning or Endangering a Child, Abuse of Corpse, and two counts of Tampering With or Fabricating Physical Evidence.

Ms. Grabowski is also being held in the Collin County Detention Facility on a $1,075,000 bond.

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This investigation continues and additional felony charges are anticipated.