Police: Man Gave Wife Meth-Laced Water For "Energy"

A man in the state of Washington has been accused of giving methamphetamine-laced water to his wife in the Morton area at a time when she was nursing a 3-month-old baby.

Lewis County sheriff's Deputy Stacy Brown says 35-year-old William Lee Bieber is in jail for investigation of endangerment with a controlled substance, second-degree assault, domestic violence and five counts of witness-tampering.

On Wednesday Bieber was arrested again after detectives determined that he had called his wife 51 times from jail, despite a no-contact order. He's now under investigation on an additional 51 counts of violating the no-contact order.

Investigators say Bieber used the identification numbers of other jail inmates to place the calls.

Brown says he told authorities he made his wife drink meth water to "give her energy to clean the house."


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  • by Lynne Location: Ayden on Mar 30, 2009 at 10:01 AM
    NEITHER (nor are any other "energy" boosters other than good nutrition) are anywhere near acceptable when nursing a baby. I hope the child is okay. I bet he never heard of cleaning the house himself.
  • by Steven Location: California on Mar 30, 2009 at 09:11 AM
    Wow, "energy to clean the house"! Clearly the dude had never heard of Enlyten energy strips. I am not sure what is worse, meth laced water or Red Bull!
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