A Frazeysburg man could be facing lots of jail time, if convicted on numerous drug charges. This week, a Muskingum County Grand Jury indicted Larry Colebank on one count posession of methamphetamine. The charge carries a possible eight years in prison. Colebank was arrested while out on bail for six other drug charges. They include: aggravated trafficking of methamphetamine, posession of methamphetamine, aggravated posession of liquid morphine and aggravated posession of oxycodone. Colebank could face a possible 37 years in prison if convicted on all charges.
In other drug news, 33-year-old Floyd Lewis of Zanesville was indicted on one count of trafficking crack/cocaine. According to Muskingum County Prosecutor, MIke Haddox, Lewis allegedly attempted to sell crack/cocaine to Zanesville Police Chief, Eric Lambes last week while the Chief was supervising a prostitution ring.