The Ross County Grand Jury indicted a Waverly man stemming from a May 3rd arrest.
The Ross County Grand Jury indicted a Waverly man stemming from a May 3rd arrest. According to the prosecutor's office, at approximately 1:00am on May 3rd, deputies were called to 725 Valley Rd. in reference to a male subject being disorderly and tearing up the residence.
Upon arrival deputies located Nathan J McCoy, 30, on the porch. The deputies then notice a strong chemical odor coming from home, strong enough to make the deputies eyes burn.
After receiving permission to search the residence, deputies found drain cleaner, lighter fluid, hydrogen peroxide, starter fluid ,cold compress packs, and salt.
Deputies also found three spoons with residue, syringes, rubber tubing with residue, gatorade bottle containing solid substance in bottom and a gas generator with rubber tubing.
McCoy was charged with one count Illegal Manufacturing of Drugs and two counts of Illegal Assembly or Possession of Chemicals for the Manufacturing of Drugs.
Both are second degree felonies.
In total, the Grand Jury handed down 19 indictments on Friday with seven open.