A South Range man accused of taking drivers' licenses, credit cards and other items from homes he cleaned was bound over for arraignment following a preliminary hearing last week.
Charles David Sislo, 39, faces felony charges of possession of methamphetamine and delivery of meth to a minor as well as misdemeanor charges of pandering, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of an illegally obtained prescription, theft and bail jumping.
Sislo was released on a $1,500 cash bond with the condition he have no contact with any victims. Arraignment is scheduled for January.
According to the complaint:
A woman who was arrested for prostitution told detectives with the Superior Police Department and Douglas County Sheriff's Office that Sislo had solicited her for sex. She told them when they got to his home, they smoked meth and Sislo showed her pills and other items he had in the garage.
A search warrant was executed at Sislo's home Oct. 23. Law enforcement officers found at least 19 drivers' licenses, social security cards for 11 people, 20 credit cards belonging to 14 different people, three Minnesota EBT cards, eight passports, checkbooks from at least 14 people, prescription medication bottles prescribed to 16 different people, two glass smoke pipes, one marijuana "one-hitter" and a baggie with residue that field tested positive for meth.
Further investigation revealed a majority of the documents were from deceased individuals.
The woman also told detectives that she had seen Sislo provide meth to a neighbor boy.
Authorities believe Sislo, owner of Twin Ports Cleaning, illegally obtained items through his business by cleaning out houses for local realty companies or individuals, according to a press release issued by Deputy Chief Nick Alexander with the Superior Police Department.