YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – A Sebring man who police said was making methamphetamine was indicted by a grand jury on two additional charges.
Along with his original charge of aggravated possession of drugs, 33-year-old Adam Tyson was also indicted on charges of illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs and endangering children.
Police searched Tyson’s W. Tennessee Avenue home at the beginning of June. They said he had several materials used to make meth, including pseudophedrine, a glass smoking pipe, lithium batteries and cold compress packs.
Two children were living in the home at the time.