CHILLICOTHE, Ohio -- A Columbus man, out on bond for drug charges, was indicted again for drug possession. Terrance M. Collins, 35, allegedly threw a plastic bag containing 0.37 grams of cocaine out of an upstairs window during a May 9th search at 354 East Second Street. 

His previous indictment was in December 2013.

That was one of 16 indictments returned by the Ross County Grand Jury, Friday.

The Grand Jury also indicted a Chillicothe woman who police say had stolen credit cards in her underwear. During a June traffic stop, Karly A. Scott, 21, told police the credit cards, which had been cut up, had been given to her by Jessica J. Pfeifer, 26, of Chillicothe, to throw away.

Scott faces a charge of receiving stolen property.

In a separate indictment, Pfeifer was charged with aggravated possession of drugs. Police say she was using a Xanax pill bottle to store Oxycodone. The bottle was found during a search of 151 East Fairview Street in May.

In the last of the open indictments, a Clarksburg man was charged for having meth-making materials around two children. Authorities say they found common ingredients for making methamphetamines in the North Street home of William M. Brown, 36.

Jamie A. Miller, 32, of Clarksburg was also indicted for complicity. Miller told deputies he drove Brown around Chillicothe to pick up the items.  

Brown’s 15-year-old son and Miller’s 8-year-old daughter were inside the home at the time of the raid.