WEST VALLEY CITY — An apparent odd entrepreneurial venture has landed a West Valley couple in jail following a two-month investigation.

Amber Lynn Lexes, 20, and Michael Kyle Lund, 21, were arrested Wednesday and booked into the Salt Lake County Jail for selling DVDs full of porn out of their apartment, near 3600 South and 2200 West, according to police.

About two months ago, investigators received a tip on the alleged porn distribution business, said West Valley Police Capt. Tom McLachlan.

After conducting an investigation that included undercover officers going to the door and buying DVDs, a search warrant was served Wednesday and the couple arrested. The couple also had a 2-month-old baby who was taken into state protective custody.

McLachlan said no child porn had been discovered as of Thursday morning. The couple was not making the porn themselves but rather downloading or obtaining images from another source and burning them onto a disk, he said. McLachlan did not know Thursday who the customers were that had been buying the couple's porn.

Detectives seized a stock of DVDs and computers.

"It was a low-level operation. But that may prove to be different once we look inside their computers," he said.

Lexes and Lund were arrested for investigation of multiple counts of pornography distribution. Court records show only Lund had a minor criminal history, including arrests for drug possession and disorderly conduct.