A Norwalk woman was among several people whom a Huron County grand jury indicted last week on drug-related charges.
Of the 15 people indicted, six face drug charges.
Those six include Carol J. Ashcroft, 55, of 520 Milan Ave., Lot 68, who is accused of trafficking in hydrocodone in connection with a Feb. 15, 2012 incident.
In April, Ashcroft was one of the residents at Midtown Manor who voiced concerns about the water being shut off at the entire trailer court.
Norwalk has one meter by Midtown Manor and one by Key Estates and city officials bill management. The complex's management, I&R Properties, had been late paying the water bill, so even though residents paid their bills based on readings from individual meters, their water was shut off at both locations by Norwalk officials for at least an hour before management paid its bill.
The other drug defendants indicted last week include:
-- David G. Snyder, 42, of 5810 E. U.S. 20, Lot 153, Wakeman, on possession of heroin in connection with a March 26 incident.
-- Salvador Rodriguez, 40, of Elyria, on trafficking in heroin in connection with an April 20 incident.
-- Carla S. Reed, 29, of 4490 Ohio 18, Wakeman, on one count each of possession of heroin and possession of oxycodone, both in connection with a March 9 incident.
-- Luis M. Lopez, 25, of Lorain, on two counts of trafficking in heroin in connection with incidents on April 17 and 20. According to his indictment, Lopez is accused of using a 2001 Ford Escape to commit the April 20 offense, which reportedly happened “in the vicinity of a juvenile.”
-- Keith S. Fox Jr., 27, of 520 Milan Ave., Lot 186, on possession of heroin in connection with a March 16, 2012 incident.