Two Edon residents were among those indicted Tuesday by a Williams County Grand Jury.
43 year old Alando Smith and 29 year old Jena Thiel were indicted on charges including drug trafficking and child endangerment.
The Bryan Times reports that both are now charged with illegal manufacture of drugs within the presence of a juvenile. If convicted, the offense carries a mandatory prison term of no less than five years.
Smith and Thiel were also both charged with aggravated possession of drugs, which is a fifth-degree felony, after both allegedly possessed methamphetamine.
Smith also is charged with aggravated trafficking in drugs, a third-degree felony, and operating a vehicle with a hidden compartment used to transport drugs, a second-degree felony.
Authorities further allege that Smith had a firearm in his possession at the time he committed the offenses, and Thiel also was charged with illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs while she was in the vicinity of a juvenile.