Men Accused Of Making Meth In Vacant Ross County Home

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Two men were arrested after police found them allegedly making meth in a home that was reported to be vacant.

A neighbor spotted movement in the home on Kinzer Road in Bainbridge and called the sheriff’s office just after midnight.

Ross County deputies found Nicholas Babbs, 31, and Jonathon Bray, 29, in the residence.

Deputies detected a “strong odor” coming from the home. Investigators said they discovered several pieces of equipment that could be used to manufacture meth in the home.

Babbs and Bray are currently charged with burglary. More charges could be added once lab results on the equipment are returned, according to deputies.

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