CLERMONT COUNTY, OH (FOX19) - Two Monroe Township men are under arrest for their involvement in the manufacturing of methamphetamines on Wednesday after one of the men brought an unresponsive female into a Monroe Township fire station, officials said.
Harry Donell, 48, is being charged with illegal assembly of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs.
Donell told sheriff's deputies that he and the female were at their residence abusing illegal narcotics, said Clermont County Sheriff A.J. Rodenberg in his press release.
A search warrant for Donell's residence at 1928 Clermontville Road in New Richmond was obtained and executed, during the search of the residence, investigators from the Sheriff's Office and members of the Clermont County Narcotics unit discovered chemicals and equipment used to manufacture methamphetamines.
In addition, Narcotics agents found more than 2 pounds of materials which contained methamphetamines with an estimated street value of $160,000.
It was later discovered that prior to investigative units arriving at the residence; two male subjects had fled the residence on foot.
Sebastian Kidd, 19, is being charged with tampering with evidence after he discarded a bag that contained materials used to manufacture meth after fleeing the scene.
Donnell and Kidd are scheduled to appear in Municipal Court for bond hearings Thursday.
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