Kimberly Saunders could spend 1-5 years in prison if convicted in the July 11th incident.
A Chillicothe woman was indicted for possession and tampering during Friday's Ross County Grand Jury session. On July 11th, police were called to Carlisle Hill on a tree blocking a lane of traffic when they heard gunshots coming from 36 Carlisle Place. Officers say they went to the residence and saw through a window 39-year-old Kimberly J. Saunders running through the home and hiding items. Once inside, they found those items to be 25 oxycodone pills and 6.8 grams of crack cocaine.
Saunders was indicted for aggravated possession of drugs, possession of cocaine, and tampering with evidence. If convicted, she could spend 1-5 years in prison and face a $10,000 fine for each offense.
In another case, A Chillicothe man was indicted for robbery. On October 21st, a victim told authorities he was with two women who drove him to Cooks Hill Road so they could smoke. The victim said he was sitting in the vehicle with the passenger door open when 25-year-old Kirby A. Smith approached the vehicle with a gun, made the victim get out of the car, struck him eight times, and stole his phone, cash, keys, drivers license, and passport.
The victim, who suffered a broken nose, gave officers a description of Smith, who was later found on High Street in the same vehicle with the two women.
Smith has been indicted for a second-degree felony of robbery, which carries a penalty of 2-8 years in prison and a $15,000 fine.
Other indictments include:
25-year-old Kenneth T. Corcoran, of Chillicothe, for seven counts of forgery.
20-year-old Johnathan C. Miner, of Chillicothe, for one count of grand theft and sixteen counts of forgery.