Three people were indicted by the Seneca County Grand Jury last week on drug trafficking charges.
Ashley M. Potter, 25, 1201 Beier Dr., was indicted on one count of trafficking in heroin, a fourth-degree felony, for allegedly selling the illegal drug on or about Nov. 12, 2013, and a fifth-degree felony charge of permitting drug abuse for allegedly allowing her residence to be used for the trafficking of heroin and cocaine, according to court documents.
If convicted, she could face up to two and a half years in prison and a driver’s license suspension of up to five years for each charge.
Willie Jo James Jr., 27, of Toledo, was indicted on three counts of trafficking in heroin, two fourth-degree felonies and one third-degree felony, and two counts of trafficking in cocaine, a fourth-degree felony. According to the five-count indictment through Seneca County Common Pleas Court, James allegedly sold the drugs throughout November 2013.
If convicted of the charges, he could serve a maximum prison sentence of up to nine years in prison, as well as a driver’s license suspension.
Additionally, Robert “Sam” McBeth, 37, 740 Cherry St., was charged with two counts of trafficking in heroin, a fifth-degree felony, for allegedly selling the substance on or about June 3 and June 19 of 2013, according to the indictment.
McBeth could face a maximum prison term of up to two years in prison and a driver’s license suspension if convicted of the charges in the two-count indictment.
The trio was arrested by Fostoria police on Tuesday.
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