A Highland County grand jury handed down 11 indictments during their Tuesday, Aug. 2 session.

Levi T. Krebs, 31, was charged with one count of intimidation of an attorney, victim or witness in a criminal case, a third-degree felony, in a case presented by a special prosecutor.

Special Prosecutor Christopher L. Kinsler of the Ohio Attorney General’s Office presented that case before the grand jury Tuesday. He has also been appointed to serve as prosecutor in another pending case involving Krebs, according to court records.

As previously reported, Krebs was indicted in May and charged with two counts of assault on a peace officer, both fourth-degree felonies.

The Aug. 2 indictment alleges that on or about the period beginning May 5 and continuing through May 31, Krebs “attempted to influence, intimidate or hinder” an individual with “involvement in any criminal action proceeding.” It is alleged he did so “knowingly and by force or by unlawful threat of harm … or by unlawful threat to commit any offense or calumny.”

In other indictments:

• Tanga G. Pitzer, 40, of Hillsboro was charged with aggravated possession of methamphetamine, a third-degree felony. The indictment alleges that on or about April 6, Pitzer “did knowingly, obtain, possess or use” methamphetamine “in an amount equal to or exceeding bulk amount but less than five times bulk amount.”

Pitzer was previously arrested in April in connection with the “Operation Ice Breaker” large-scale drug investigation. That case is still pending.

• Rebecca M. Martin, 42, of Leesburg was charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle, a fourth-degree felony, and breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony.

The indictment accuses Martin of “knowingly obtaining or exerting control over” a motorcycle without the owner’s consent. It is further alleged that Martin “did by force, stealth or deception, knowingly trespass” on the property of the motorcycle’s owner “with purpose to commit a felony.”

• Tad E. Price, 46, of Greenfield was charged with aggravated possession of a fentanyl-related compound, a fourth-degree felony, and aggravated possession of methamphetamine, a fifth-degree felony.

• Arnell C. Johnson, 34, of Hillsboro was charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle, a fourth-degree felony. Johnson is accused of “knowingly obtaining or exerting control over” a minivan without the owner’s consent in July.

• Bobbie R. Foster, 37, of Hillsboro was charged with aggravated possession of methamphetamine and aggravated possession of drugs (allegedly oxycodone, according to the indictment), both fifth-degree felonies.

• Christian Farr, 26, of Hillsboro was charged with theft, a fifth-degree felony. The indictment alleges that between April and June, Farr “did knowingly obtain or exert control over” U.S. currency totaling $3,245.36 and “other miscellaneous items” from a Hillsboro business.

• James E. Braley, 33, of Leesburg was charged with aggravated possession of methamphetamine, a fifth-degree felony.

• Arron W. Tumbleson, 27, of Chillicothe was charged with aggravated possession of a fentanyl-related compound, a fifth-degree felony.

In addition to the above-mentioned cases, there were two sealed indictments, according to Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins.

An indictment is merely a charge and is not evidence of guilt.