Mobile Meth Labs and Ransacked Apartment in Grand Jury

The Ross County Grand Jury returned all 14 of their cases Friday, with four open. 

In one case, according to the Ross County Prosecutor's Office, a call of a suspicious vehicle at the Valero station at US 50 East and Jones Road was made 3:30am April 15th.  Inside was found two active meth labs, and all the ingredients and tools to build the one-pot meth labs.  

32-year-old Kevin Donahue of Chillicothe was in the driver's seat, and 28-year-old Michael W. Jones of Hamden was in the passenger seat of the car.  Each could get up to five years and a $10,000 fine if convicted for the third degree felony of illegally  manufacturing drugs.  

In another case, according to the Ross County Prosecutor's Office, at 10:30pm April 13th, police responded to a report about an ex-boyfriend ransacking a Bainbridge apartment.  

Security video showed 36-year-old Jamie A. Annon entering the apartment at 458 1/2 Lilly Street, where he is accused of destroying a room, tearing food out of the refrigerator, destroying a washing machine, and taking a 32-inch television.  

For that last act, he was indicted for second-degree burglary for which he could get 8 years and up to a $15,000 fine.  Annon had been found at his Davis Road residence and arrested, after the call.  

The resident said Annon had texted her about needing to be let in at the time.  She contacted her brother who lived below...who said he heard noises upstairs.