Two men were recently charged with selling drugs at local businesses, and a woman was charged with using deception to get prescription drugs.
An Ottawa County grand jury recently indicted Lee Mays, 42, of Sandusky, on two felony counts of trafficking in cocaine and one felony count of trafficking in heroin.
Mays, who was arrested Friday and is being held in the Ottawa County Detention Facility, is charged with selling drugs at a Portage Township business, according to the Ottawa County Drug Task Force.
The grand jury also indicted:
• Steven Oldfield, 21, Elyria, on three felony counts of trafficking in marijuana. He is charged with selling drugs at a Port Clinton business.
The Lorain County Drug Task Force arrested Oldfield on Friday, and he is in the Lorain County Jail awaiting extradition to Ottawa County.
• Rebecca L. DeTray, 51, Port Clinton, on two felony counts of deception to obtain hydrocodone and two felony counts of deception to obtain oxycodone. Hydrocodone and oxycodone are pain medications.
DeTray was arrested Friday and is being held in the Ottawa County Detention Facility.